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  • Audio CD (20 July 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Relativity Entertainment
  • ASIN: B003O63T1Y
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 272,734 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Seve Blaze is a really interesting songwriter. "The day I met You" is the most beautiful song I heard for a long time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Dave Fruge` - Published on
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I am SOOOOOOO happy to see that some people feel this way about Lillian Axe! I am from New Orleans, where Lillian Axe was born, N attened grammr school N was friends with Stevie Blaze's 2 younger brothers. In fact, I don't know if people realize this, but Stevie's youngest brother is Craik Nunemacker, drummer for Zakk Wylde's Black Society! Craig was a year younger than me, N the middle brother, Glen, was in my grade. I still remember Glen coming to school N bragging that his older brother, Steve, had started a brand new band called Lillian Axe N were booking concert dates. After that, he gave me regular updates. I saw them play several times locally, (Back then, the singer was a guy named Johnny Vines, who looked the rock star part, but the label didn't think him adequate for recording) N I also saw Stevie play at a bar in a battle of the local guitarists. (Actually, another contestant was Phil Anselmo, who was in the local band Razor White, N was recruited by Pantera soon afterward. Dimebag was better of course, (RIP) but Phil is QUITE GOOD at lead guitar!!) N the day I learned that Lilian Axe had signed a contract, N were being produced by Robin Crosby from Ratt of all people, I was SOOOOOO EXCITED!!!!!! I never understood why they never broke it big, N it killed me that for a long period of time, I couldn't even find their albums!! I heard some people complain that Robin over-produced them N made 'em too commercial, BUT COME ON, THAT'S THEIR SOUND!!!!!!!!!!! If you've never heard this band N are considering picking up some of their albums, do yourself a favor N get 'em! TRUST ME, you WILL NOT be disappointed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
As always with Lillian Axe, well worth it! 15 Aug. 2010
By RedBlaze - Published on
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What started as an EP with a few new songs with one acoustic bonus track ended up being a 9 song CD that's worth every penny, but that should be no surprise, this is Lillian Axe!

I've been a fan since 1989 and this CD has not left my car CD player and gets played every day at least once if not twice. Like a fine wine, Lillian Axe always gets better as time goes on.

47 Ways to Die has one of the best choruses I have ever heard. Probably one of the reasons it got tapped for a major movie, a nice break for these guys.

Under the Same Moon has a stomping verse with an atmospheric chorus that reminds me of Ghost of Winter and the end of All's Fair in Love and War.

The Quenching of Human Life and A Minute of Years took me a few listens to get used to, but now I'm hooked. They're great songs.

The multiple, layered acoustic guitars on Nobody Knows and The Day I Met You sound even better than the acoustics on the originals. Derrick does a great job on these songs, with an expressive feel that reminds me a bit of Peter Criss. Nobody Knows includes a complete solo section with more layered guitars. Nice string sounds as well. I will be giving these versions equal time with the originals as they are both cool.

Even though Sad Day and Nocturnal Symphony were on the last album, these acoustic versions are great. More layered acoustics and string sounds.

The new instrumental track, Deep Red Shadows, is unique, reflective and relaxing. The main acoustic motif will stick in your head as much as the other songs will.

Like the Sad Day CD, the packaging includes lyrics and a couple really cool photos of the band and great artwork.
Not bad, not great. 15 Jan. 2014
By BF - Published on
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The two acoustic remakes of 'Nobody Cares' and 'The Day That I Met You' are just gorgeous. '47 Ways to Die' is welcome tunefulness. The musicianship is still stellar, but the boys veer more toward prog and away from pop. Sorry, the pop is what I loved.
Lillian Axe.......Not at their best. 22 Oct. 2012
By Jose A. Corella - Published on
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This CD pales in comparison to anything before Fields of Yesterday. The songs are not as powerful and there is little that makes you want to listen to again.
Lillian Axe is my favorite unknown band, but this is not them at their finest.
OK 25 Aug. 2011
By James B Murray - Published on
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I bought the CD after hearing one of the tracks on a movie. Some of the lyrics are maybe not for me but the mix of ballads, heavilly orchestrated rock and the well produced songs are growing on me. I like it.
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