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Best Keel record!

Got this back in the day and I must say they got better with every album- this one rocks and the songwriting is at its best - good stuff!

tykeeto

this one still rocks, i remember this from the day it came out. this one rocks.

So close to superstardom

They had heavy MTV airplay and the opening slot on the Motley Crue Girls, Girls, Girls tour and still this album didn't break big. What a crime because this is a top notch offering from Keel. Still holds up after all these years. They don't make them like this anymore! Cherry Lane, the hit single that never was. The band preferred it as the lead single but the record compnay went with Somebody's Waiting. A great song, but probably not the best choice to launch the album. This album is a must own for fans of 80's hard rock.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

After the demise of his first band Steeler following the departure of Swedish guitarist Yngwie J. Malmsteen, vocalist Ron Keel drafted guitarists Marc Ferrari and Bryan Jay, bassist Kenny Chaisson, and drummer Dwain Miller to form his self-monickered group, Keel. The band's first album, Lay Down the Law, was released by independent Shrapnel Records and attracted the attention of Kiss bassist Gene Simmons, who became the band's mentor, eventually helping them sign with MCA Records. He also produced...
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