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It's pretty good.
on June 24, 2002
It might even be the second best Hagar era album, behind "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge." We get two Hagar style ballads with the word "love" in the title. Oh joy. Oh rapture. Actually, they're not that bad. But they are a little sappy. And then when you have a song about hookers on the album (Amsterdam) the lovey-dovey pop-rockers come across as rather fake.
Eddie sounds pretty good again, meaning his guitar isn't quite so thick with the dreaded Eventide Harmonizer. But it's still not dry and raw.
"Balance" is pretty good, but far from classic. For fans only.