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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Discount Video Distribution
  • ASIN: 5559726249
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The evil hippy on 6 Oct. 2007
Format: Audio CD
amount of tracks :11
excellent :1
v.good :0
good :2
fair :8
poor :0

you think youve heard great girl singers? you havent heard nothing till youve heard this gal! very curious that she never broke through and became a hell of a lot more recognized. i think this is down to a couple of factors which i'll list here
firstly she was around in the mid-80's big hair/glam rock world which was a really male dominated scene and aimed mainly at the then plentiful real rock chicks (great days eh boys!). acts like bon jovi,motley crue,whitesnake etc were the big guns and the industry was right behind them. lee, being a rock chick herself, was always gonna play second fiddle to these acts simply because, being female, she just wasnt as marketable.
secondly, a lot of her music was pretty standard, of its time, big hair rock which had much of the horrendous 80's production we've now all come to hate so much and i feel that perhaps this incredible voice was wasted on most of it.

cos boy oh boy could this girl sing! - ive picked this album to review out of the 3 or 4 ive heard because of one AMAZING song that highlights this voice like no other

the track in question is 'barely holding on' which is, for me, without question, THE greatest rock ballad ever recorded. the power,expression and anquish in lees voice here just has to be heard to be believed. in fact i would say that this is the greatest vocal performance by a female of any song EVER! - dont believe me? well then, youd better go buy this album, turn it up, and find out for yourself. its the reason why i give this album 5 stars. nothing else on it comes close in terms of quality but this track is just so essential that it warrants the rating.

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Robert Lismore on 17 Jun. 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is one the best LEE ARRON cd that she as bone , and now I can hear the music clear as the vynal disc crakles as I have played it when it came out meany years ago . BEST IT
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Not for the faint of heart 14 Feb. 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The old saying "Don't judge a book by it's cover" would not apply here. From the awesome picture of Lee on the cover to the last note on the album this package is a beautiful gift to any hard rock fan. Lee and her band have a professionalism that is second to none. With John or lead and Lee's angelic vocals this is a treasure to behold.If you don't have Lee Aaron in your collection of rock you haven't even started one yet.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Lee Aaron, a sexy and very talented metal singer! She Rocks! 2 Mar. 2005
By Bass player Brad - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is the best cd to own by Aaron.Released in 1985,this album packs a punch from start to finish.Lee has such a great voice and every song lives with energy and the guitarwork is excellent.This is a must buy album for 80's fans or Lee Aaron fans.Here's my break down of this album.

1.Rock me All Over(10/10)Love the lyrics.Aaron's voice really sounds suberbly sensual and tough!The guitar work and chorus rock.

2.Runnin from the Fire(10/10)Great song.Another great chours on this track.Gotta love the 80's!

3.Champion(7/10)Another solid song.

4.Barely Holdin On(8/10)This is a suberb ballad tpye song.It's tastefully done!

5.Burnin Love(9/10)An excellent song.The guitar work is impressive.Aaron sounds great!

6.Line of Fire(10/10)Totally cool song.Love it!Great 80's metal.

7.Beat'em Up(8/10)Another good song.

8.Paradise(10/10)This song is a paradise!Great track.The guitar riff is great.

9.Evil game(8/10)Cool song.

10.Danger Zone(9/10)Very energetic song.Nce guitar ork and Aaron's vocals never fail to impress.

11.Hot to be Rocked(8/10)On par with the rest of the album.Good rockin song!

This album is a must buy if you love the 80's.It's great stuff and has a very attractive album cover!

The prime of great 80's metal! This album's "Hot to Be Rocked", so buy a copy today.
Call of the wild. 13 April 2014
By hobbitplayer - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I have been wanting a copy of this album for ages. I have had the vinyl for years. I love this album and your sevice was amazing. Thank you!
Good Businesses 23 Nov. 2013
By Jorge Luiz Martins Ferreira - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The price of this product this one good bad the sending cost for is Brazil that was expensive.
You have to lower this value.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Somewhat disappointed... 7 Feb. 2001
By eveoflove - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Made in CAN in 1988, Serial# ACD-1212, Playing Time 45:34
This is Lee Aaron's 3rd album, and, in my opinion, MUCH weaker than "Metal Queen"; my copy has 1 more track than what's listed here, and is the title track of the album, unavailable on the vinyl version.
I'm mainly disappointed probably because I expected so much after "Metal Queen"; the songs are alright but feel "ordinary". It still contains good material, but I wouldn't recommend it as a first choice in her discography.
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