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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 28, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Majestic Rock
  • ASIN: B0000AOYBS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,545 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2003 reissue of the heavy metal act's 1988 release, their last great eighties album. 10 tracks. Produced by Gene Simmons who also co-wrote several of the tracks with the guys. Majestic Rock.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 24, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Black 'n Blue album "In Heat"is awesome rock 'n roll by far! This was the last album Black 'n Blue released before they broke up in 1988. KISS bassist Gene Simmons produced this album and did a good job. (Black 'n Blue guitarist Tommy Thayer is now touring as the Ace Frehley Spaceman persona on the KISS/Aerosmith tour.) The standout track on this album is the opening song, "Rock On". It is a strong song with a great story, an awesome way to open an album, and there are rocking guitar riffs at the beginning of the song by Black 'n Blue guitarists Tommy Thayer and Jef "Woop" Warner. Highly Recommended!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ben Wand on August 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the band's fourth album, and the second to be produced by Gene Simmons. This is an underrated album - almost every song is strong and there are several that are "hits".

I picked this up on cassette when I was 15 in '87, and again recently on CD. I still enjoy it immensely.

Tracks:
Rock On: Great intro tune, excellent melody
Sight for Sore Eyes: A bit of a departure, okay tune
Heat it Up, Burn it Out: Great builds up, strong rhythm
Suspicious: Okay attempt at a radio friendly song
Snake: Great rocker
Live It Up: I remember they closed a concert with this one. One of the classics on this album.
Gimme Your Love: Another awesome song
Get Wise to the Rise: One of my favorite tunes of all time - can't beat the lyrics and killer beat
Great Guns of Fire: Awesome rockin' tune - faster paced
Stranger: Slow tune that isn't all that great. Would have preferred to end the album with Great Guns of Fire.

This is an awesome album and their most mature effort. All their albums are good but this is their best one overall. This one shows their energy, passion, and awesome musicianship. It's a shame they weren't more popular - this album would have gotten them there if they'd received more promotion.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scott A. Pickett on December 20, 2007
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Many people believe that this is the "weaker" of the 4 studio releases from Portland's much underrated rock band B'n'B.I beg to differ. While not as raw as their debut,and not as pop-rock as Without Love,In Heat,in my opinion is just as impressive as it's predecessor "Nasty Nasty". I believe that B'n'B were trying one last attempt to garner some mainstream attentiion,and for some reason,it never happened. How bands like Britny Fox,Kix,and Bulletboys were somewhat house hold metal names,where B'n'B was an afterthought,is beyond me.No,it's not heavy metal,but how can you not enjoy such tracks as Suspicious,Live it up,Heat it up...Burn it out,and of course get Wise to the Rise!Whether it's their first cd,their last,or anything in between,B'n'B have something for everyone. Give it a chance.
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black n blue # 4 do get every c d they have u will not be let down in my top ten 80 s metal bands of all time i repeat and the new one hell yea is great 5 studio c d
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By James Choma VINE VOICE on March 1, 2004
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I was pumped when this album came out back in 1988. I had loved "Without Love" and "Nasty Nasy" and thought things could only get better. In this case, no...things kind of went to pieces. Gone is the personality that permiated the music of the first three albums. The individual style and sound the band had created over the past several years had all but evaporated.
On "In Heat" the band seemed to leave behind their guitar oriented sound for a more bass and programmed drum sound similar to Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar on Me." You can particularly hear this on "Sight for Sore Eyes" (not another Aerosmith cover), "Rock On," "Gimmie Your Love" and "Suspicious." They're all variations on that same formula. "Stranger" almost sounds like an attempt at Def Leppard's "Foolin'," but not as good. They're really not bad songs, but they don't sound like the Black n' Blue I came to admire. Instead they sound like weak attempts to copy other bands' material.
The bright spots on the album are "The Snake," "Get Wise to the Rise," and "Great Guns of Fire." The songs have some semblance of that old Black n' Blue sound.
It was after this album that the band called it quits. Jaime St. James went on with his own band, St. James, while Tommy Thayer has gone on to work with Kiss. As I mentioned in the title of the review, "In Heat" isn't Black n. Blue's best moment (that would be Nasty Nasty" and Without Love"), but it has a few bright spots on it -- although they're few and far between. If you're a fan of the band, wait until the price comes down, because it really isn't work seeking out at the import price of $25+.
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