1.Travelin' Man 2.Beautiful Loser 3.Jody Girl 4.I've Been Working 5.Turn The Page 6.U.M.C. 7.Bo Diddley 8.Ramblin' Gamblin' Man 9.Heavy Music 10.Katmandu 11.Lookin' Back 12.Get Out Of Denver 13.Let It Rock
1.London Calling 2.Brand New Cadillac 3.Jimmy Jazz 4.Hateful 5.Rudie Can't Fail 6.Spanish Bombs 7.The Right Profile 8.Lost In The Supermarket 9.Clampdown 10.The Guns Of Brixton 11.Wrong 'Em Boyo 12.Death Or Glory 13.Koka Kola 14.The Card Cheat 15.Lover's Rock 16.Four Horsemen 17.I'm Not Down 18.Revolution Rock 19.Train In Vain
Kicking off with their raison d'etre "Rock 'n' Roll Party in the Street," Offering proved to be the moment of glory for Florida's Axe. That single remains a great slice of heartland party rock, and the rest of the record ably falls in line. While the quaint "Video Inspiration" berates artificial imagery, "Jennifer" serenades a screen star; but Axe doesn't let such cerebral quandaries get in the way of booty-shaking boogie like the smoking run-through of Montrose's "I Got the Fire" (later covered by Iron Maiden and Rest in Pieces) and the summer-in-the-city riot selection "Burn the City Down." "Holdin' On" falls in the ol' reliable "love 'em and leave 'em" category while "Now or Never" is the kind of blatant Top 40 bid heavy bands used to sneak onto records that resulted in the twilight era of AOR, which backfired into groups attempting to be as intense as their album artwork and spurning the radio. Axe offers an innocent, innocuous, and endearing escape, conjuring muscle cars and convenience stores; thus these sincere soldiers of the '80s delete bins deserve preservation on CD. ~ Whitney Z. Gomes, All Music Guide
1.Rock N Roll Party In The Streets 2.Video Inspiration 3.Steal Another Fantasy 4.Jennifer 5.I Got The Fire 6.Burn The City Down 7.Now Or Never 8.Holdin On 9.Silent Soldiers
1.7 Months, 39 Days 2.Broke, Lovesick & Driftin' 3.Cecil Brown 4.Lovin' & Huggin' 5.One Horse Town 6.Mississippi Mud 7.Whiskey, Weed, & Women 8.Trashville 9.Walkin' With Sorrow 10.5 Shots Of Whiskey 11.Nighttime Ramblin' Man 12.Callin' Your Name 13.Atlantic City
"Cold Gin(Live)" - Kiss One of my favorite early Kiss songs, written by Ace Frehley. He showed such amazing potential, both as a player and songwriter. Unfortunately his addictions got the best of him and he never fully realized it. A sober more in-control Ace would have made Kiss so much stronger musically.
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1.Susie Q 2.I Put A Spell On You 3.Proud Mary 4.Bad Moon Rising 5.Lodi 6.Green River 7.Commotion 8.Down On The Corner 9.Fortunate Son 10.Travelin' Band 11.Who'll Stop The Rain 12.Up Around The Bend 13.Run Through The Jungle 14.Lookin' Out My Back Door 15.Long As I Can See The Light 16.I Heard It Through The Grapevine 17.Have You Ever Seen The Rain? 18.Hey Tonight 19.Sweet Hitch-Hiker 20.Someday Never Comes