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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 11, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: SBME SPECIAL MKTS.
  • ASIN: B0012GMUPY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,391 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Rock on the Radio
2. All She Wrote
3. Shake & Tumble
4. Don't Treat Me Bad
5. Oughta Be a Law
6. Lover's Lane
7. Home Is Where the Heart Is
8. Don't Walk Away
9. Seasons of Change [Instrumental]
10. Overnight Sensation
11. Love of a Lifetime
12. Helpless

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Customer Reviews

If you like that type of music, then this is a must buy.
E. Slocik
As good as these songs are, the rest of the album can hold its own as well.
Ken Fontenot
As a big fan of 80s/90's hard rock/hair metal, this is one of the best.
R. Lougee

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By David Girod TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD back in the late 80's for "Love of a Lifetime" because at that time my fiance and I considered it "our song". I never really listened to the rest of the disc. I just pulled this CD out again today and man is it good! The whole disc is great. All of the songs are catchy, I had forgotten about "Don't Treat me Bad", but some of the other tunes I heard for the first time just really grabbed me. If you are a fan of Bon Jovi or Ratt, or just want to listen to some older pop-metal I highly recommend this album.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jacob M. on July 23, 2003
Format: Audio Cassette
I'm the biggest Hair Metal fan around but it took me a while to find Firehouse. A lot of Hair Metal at the time was bland and had no heart, Firehouse was one of the few exceptions I've found from the time. Every single song on this album rocks, except Seasons of Change, even the stuff that might be considered filler. Instrumentals just aren't my thing. The first four songs are rockin, it lets up a bit on the next couple of songs, and then it's rockin the rest of the way through. The best songs on the album are "Rock on the Radio," "All She Wrote," "Shake & Tumble," and "Love of a Lifetime."
Firehouse was easily the best new Hair Metal band of 90'.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brad on November 6, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I consider this album--and this band--somewhat of a copycat effort of others within the "pop metal" genre--bands like Bon Jovi and Europe come to mind. That being said, this is still a very enjoyable listen from the early '90s. "Don't Treat Me Bad" is a great melodic mid-tempo single, and "Love Of A Lifetime" was a big ballad hit. To me, the best track on the album is the single released after these two songs which didn't make it nearly as big--"All She Wrote". Man, what a powerful, melodic, rocking song!
Other tracks are also very enjoyable. "Rock On The Radio" is a bit generic but has a big sound. "Shake And Tumble" and "Overnight Sensation" flat-out rock. "Home Is Where The Heart Is" and "Don't Walk Away" are great slower tempo songs--the latter being a true power ballad. All in all, a very good melodic effort a year or so before rock music was eclipsed by the gloomy grunge.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 20, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Although many of us would like to forget the big-hair excesses of the late 80s-early 90s scene, we would be fooling ourselves if we denied the quality of some of the music. Two talented bands, Firehouse and Slaughter, caught the last wave of the melodic-rock era and were denied the earlier acclaim given bands like Poison and Skid Row, whose talent was inferior. Songs on this album like Love of a Lifetime and Don't Treat Me Bad withstood the transition to an acoustic format on Good Acoustics (1996), which I would also recommend. Like any other era, it was originality, not big hair and make-up, that determined which music would survive. This album is still a treat for the ear, and I for one am not ashamed to appreciate it for what it is: a good rock n roll album.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By "metalbeast" on December 4, 1999
Format: Audio CD
When I bough this album it stayed in my CD player for about two weeks. When I buy a new album I sometimes listen to it in full when I go to bed. meaning I get to sleep an hour later than planned. This album, I listened to twice in a row when I went to bed and then listened to the 'highlights' a few times, I got to sleep at about 3am. Every song on this album is superb 'Don`t treat me bad' 'Lover`s lane', 'shake and tumble', 'rock on the radio','all she wrote' all hard rock classics.
The musicians on this album are superb, especially CJ snare. I really love music from this period, it is a shame that just year or two later grunge bands like Nirvana came along and ruined the rock scene.
I really wish grunge had never happened so that rock music like this could have continued to thrive and evolve like it was doing at this time.
I would recomend this album to anyone who likes hard rock music.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By saurabh sharma on October 6, 2004
Format: Audio CD
WOW!THE YEAR IS 1990.Hair metal has started declining,suddenly there's slope in album sales.But here's a band out to prove the critics wrong in this tail-end of hair-metal revolution.Firehouse was one of the best "hair-metal"bands of the era...the fact stamped upon on listening to this awesome album..hey!!let me rate this album song by song-

1.ROCK ON THE ROAD-now firehouse like typical pop-metal bands writes about rocking you,but catchy lyrics,soulful voce n great guitars makes it a standout-10/10.

2.ALL SHE WROTE-song about a girl cheating upon her..u know,her boyfriend..but written in great humour..no sadness in this..type of-back in ur face-8/10.

3.SHAKE & TUMBLE-another typical fast,hard driving pop-metal song..great riffs,pounding drums,catchy solo-9/10

4.DON'T TREAT ME BAD-another song with"baby"...these hair-metal bands hve something for this word..was included in "best of"..an average song-7/10

5.OUGHT TO BE A LAW-another song where firehouse comes strongly over their girl-friends...must be heart-broken..a good song..good lyrics-9/10

6.LOVER'S LANE-another fast song..nothing extra-ordinary-8/10

so side A finishes mostly having fast songs clocking at 23.12 minutes.

SIDE-B-

1.HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS-A ballad..very well sung-soul is there for the taking..a stand out song-10/10

2.DON'T WALK AWAY-another ballad..mostly chorus..good solo though..an average song-7/10

3.SEASON OF CHANGE-a very short instrumental,all of 1.29 min-8/10

4.overnight sensation-one of the faster n heavier songs of side-B.good solo n awesome drumming-9/10

5.LOVE OF A LIFETIME-wow!what do i say..their best song to-date..n probably"ballad of a lifetime"..
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