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Also read in another review that there is a song called "Rollaway" which is a great song also in the tradition of Enuff Z'Nuff qualtiy, no doubt it is given that they continue to put out great album after great album. 'Welcome To Blue Island' and '?' were pretty decent releases (their last two studio sets).
The addition of Jake E. Lee sounds like a nice pairing, from these two songs it is apparent that he is not there to be this showcase musician to run wild with screeching fills and drawn out solo's, he a nice addition that continues the guitar crunch and hard rock EZN are known for to me. I was however expecting at least a short solo in these two songs perhaps, but they sound fine in the form they are in nonetheless.
It's great that even after all these years, the band continues to put out quality material, and I would expect no less this time around.
Sure wish it was reversed to where Japan had to deal with all these commercial hard rock or perhaps "active rock" bands on the radio today here in the states and WE got to keep Enuff Z'Nuff to ourselves...let's trade!
I recommend this LP to any who want to experience how the up's, down's, and all-around's of life come through when one is sensitive enough to just let it flow. Nice job guys (wish Derek was here to hear it with us).
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Enuff z'nuff was everything I thought, it is another great album with Jake e. Lee on lead guitarsPublished 16 months ago by jonisaac72
Well, I keep trying, but they keep failing! After getting hooked on Enuff z Nuff years back with arguably one of the best rock albums created, "Strength", I continue to be... Read morePublished on January 30, 2012 by Mark A. Oster
Well, its all about Jake E Lee for me. Cant say that I am to familiar with Enuff Z Nuff. Other than the couple big singles earlier on. Read morePublished on September 7, 2009 by P. A. Reese