Details about CDs Lot of 2 FIREHOUSE S/T 1990 + Hold Your Fire 1992 Hard Rock Heavy MetalSee original listing
“Both in Great Condition/Play Perfect”
04 Aug, 2014 08:33:23 BST
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Shelbyville, Indiana, United States
An item that has been used, but is in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of the disk holder (in the DVD box) is undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on the CD or DVD, when played. No fuzzy or snowy frames on VHS tape, when played. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller notes:||“Both in Great Condition/Play Perfect”|
1. Rock on the Radio
2. All She Wrote
3. Shake and 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
10. Overnight Sensation
11. Love of a Lifetime
Firehouse: C.J. Snare (lead vocals, keyboards), Bill Leverty (guitars, background vocals), Perry Richardson (bass, background vocals), Michael Foster (drums, percussion, background vocals).Recorded at Bear Tracks Studio, Suffern, New York.All songs written or co-written by Bill Leverty and C.J. Snare.Firehouse's self-titled debut was a slick, polished collection of pop-metal. While louder numbers like "Don't Treat Me Bad" sounded good on the radio, the true strength of the record was the group's knack for power ballads like the Top 10 hit "Love of a Lifetime." Firehouse had trouble coming up with a consistent set of high-quality material throughout their debut, but when they landed on a power ballad, they never sounded less than fine. ~ David Jehnzen