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on 28 September 2011
I'd been gagging to hear this album again and it doesn't seem to be available to buy online at the iTunes Store or on Spotify either. So finding it for £0.01 (yes 1 pence) I couldn't resist. Took about 5 days to get to me but for less than £1.30 I was v pleased.

The quality / integrity of the disc is perfect.

It's worth listening to track one and letting it draw you into the rest of the album. When Rea ends his little prelude and it track 2 seamlessly kicks in, you can't help but smile as the hairs on the back on your neck stand up. I've not listened to it all yet as I keep gong back to the title track.

At this price you have nothing to lose.
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on 8 July 2005
This was by far Rea's big commercial sucess story and its easy to see why. He "rocks" it up on the intelligent "Road to Hell", "Texas", "You Must Be Evil" & "Looking for a Rainbow" -All "driving" classics that would grace any edition of Top Gear.
The CD loses its way slightly with "I just wanna be with you" & "Thats what they always say" and the quite depressing "Tell me there's a heaven" and I feel that he would have been best to keep it rocking all the way through, but its still great purchase and one that will appeal not only to Rea fans but also to people who otherwise would stear clear of this artist.
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on 20 March 2013
Maybe Chris does not get the following or recognition that Dire Straits receive, but with The Road To Hell few people would knock him.
The Road To Hell (Part 1) is a little mystical, before the rocking Part 2, which certainly gets into gear.
Other good stuff includes You Must Be Evil, Texas and Tell Me There's A Heaven, but watch out for the latter song, it's rather musically sugary, although the lyrics are certainly not.
Thanks Chris.
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on 6 January 2015
Upgraded from original tape enjoyed it again
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on 31 March 2016
Good Music, but not all the songs
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on 29 March 2015
Good service can't find fault
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on 16 July 2013
absolutely love the track -tell me there's a heaven-,but the other tracks not really his best. always associate road to hell with getting stuck on m25!
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on 4 February 2016
Fab album!!
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on 20 July 2015
great album
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on 13 August 2014
Good album
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