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4.5 out of 5 stars
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Vixen
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on 14 November 2017
One of the better female rock bands of the 80's, still sound good today.
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on 13 April 2017
exellent
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on 12 June 2003
Vixen is a great little record for us blokes to sing along to with pop metal classics 'Edge of a Broken Heart', 'Cryin'.
It was a great debut album from probably the only all female Rock band to come out of America in the last 15 years.
Plus the band wrote the majority of all their songs with a little help of Richard Marx.
Just a great pop rock album!
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on 6 April 2003
Some great tracks here like "Edge of a broken heart", "I want you to rock me" and "Cryin". It's the sort of stuff you would expect to hear on American rock radio.
Hell, but I like it. Let's face it - it's pop music but a bit rockier.
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on 27 May 2007
I love this cd, Vixen were one of the best glam rock bands of the 80's and this album is a total classic! The hit 'Edge of a Broken heart' is a rousing, well-written pop song that was a great debut for the band, while 'Crying' is probably the best song on the album, showing off Janet Gardner's great vocals and extensive range. Cool rock tunes include 'I want you to rock me', 'Hellraiser' and 'Cruisin', and 'Desperate' is also a really great song - showing the band from a more sensitive side. Although it's fair to say Vixen's music wasn't particularly profound in it's style or lyrics, the quality of their output was always high and they produced some killer songs that anyone with a taste for rock or pop can really get off on. This is a great album with some real gems, and deserves far greater attention.
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on 11 January 2014
It really should have been obvious even though it took the music industry long enough to understand, pop metal works much better with female vocalists than a guy looking like a rock poodle singing at the top of the vocal range. Vixen walks right over the guy bands of the glamrock age. Recommended and fun glamrock album!
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on 23 November 2008
The thing with Vixen, there's a wiff of manufactured band around it.

When you record your first album, most of the songs, if not all, should be yours. Allegedly, those are the songs you have built your reputation on around the club circuit and got you the record deal. So how come when you look at the writing credits there are so many non band members involved?

But then, you know what? The result is not so bad. The opening track is an instant classic. And there are quite a few rockers in the album to make it an enjoyable listen throuhout. The production is polished, with a clean sound that makes it radio friendly, ensuring your ears won't tire of it.

It is definitely a worthy addition to any rock collection.
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on 25 December 2014
I love Vixen. This is their first album, awesome. Buy & enjoy.
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on 29 July 2016
Excellent album from those vixens of rock!
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on 11 March 2016
brilliant band, love it!
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