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No Mean City
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on 10 July 2017
Great album. Five Stars
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on 14 April 2017
perfekt
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on 7 June 2013
Had this on my wish list for some time before realising it was not going to drop in price - wish I hadn't waited
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on 10 February 2014
Classic hard rock album. It is made in the best traditions of the group. Last in a series of successful albums of the band. I love it! Highly recommend.
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on 21 March 2014
I've had this album on vinyl since I was a child and have always loved it. Well it became time to buy the cd version to try and preserve the original and I've remebered what it is I like about it all over again. Some excellent songs, a strong vocal performance, and the usual powerful depth and skill in the musicianship.
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on 15 November 2012
This one rocks hard and yet still maintains the bands roots in strong melodies and early folkish tunes put to rock. It's just a hard rock classic. or melodic metal in other terms. This is consistantly one of their best and it remains a highpoint for the band. There are several versions of this one with different bonus tracks and I have both of them! This is for fans of great hard rock in every regard. This is the type of music most fans of the band like the best. They went new wavish to a degree in the next decade with a few releases that were good but not classic like this one.
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on 19 February 2015
All ok
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on 30 May 2015
excellent cd
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on 14 November 2015
Great thanks
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 11 September 2011
The heavy metal Nazareth album many will tell you,i sometimes wonder if people listen with their eyes when it comes to this disc,wrapped in a Rodney Matthews sleeve,with the sinster FRED on the sleeve,it looks like a quintesential H M band sleeve but nothing could be further from the truth.It rocks like a Mutha but it aint heavy metal just classic rock Nazareth style.

Opening track 'Just Get Into It' carries on the tradition of opening with an out n out rocker,once again Manny Charltons production enhanced by this remaster,the vicious razor sharp guitars of Manny and Zal to the fore with Dan gargling with razor blades whilst the dependable rythmn section locked in a solid supporting role,magnificent stuff.So it continues from the heavy rock standard title track thru foot stompin rockers such as 'Simple Solution' and 'Claim To Fame' alongside the sing along class of 'May The Sunshine/Whatever You Want babe' to the simply beautiful balladic 'Star'.

This was a class album when first released,still is and this superb remaster does it justice ,superb digipak/booklet as is the norm for these Salvo reissues,the bonus tracks are thin on the ground,a single mix of 'May The Sunshine' and the unreleased instrumental 'Snaefell' which although well played is slightly out place tagged on at the end.Still another great release from SALVO.

This was the bands final release of the 70's and from Razamanaz(1973) thru to this release,has any other band had such a superb catalog of work,to these ears Nazareth are right up with the best of ANY other uk rock band.
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