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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

24 Ratings

Great recordings, but...


...why didn't you guys put out some new stuff? I would LOVE LOVE LOVE for you to do that! You were, are and will always be a great band!

What great re-recordings

Duane 1971,

This is a must have for any Firehouse fan or melodic rock fan. After 20 years, it's nice to see the guys still have it and sound just as good today as they did in 1991. The talent in this band clearly didn't go by the wayside over the years. CJ Snare can still sing and hit those highs effortlessly and Bill Leverty can still shred and has to be one of the most under rated guitarists out there. The only problem I have with this CD is it leaves me wanting more! Hopefully they will have a second CD with other songs like Lovers Lane and Get a Life.

About FireHouse

Firehouse arrived at the tail end of the pop-metal explosion of the late '80s and early '90s, releasing their first album in 1991. Featuring the combined talents of vocalist C.J. Snare, Michael Foster, Bill Leverty, and Perry Richardson, the group's melodic, commercial hard rock had immediate chart success; their self-titled debut went platinum and featured two Top 20 singles, "Don't Treat Me Bad" and "Love of a Lifetime." The following year, Firehouse released their second album, Hold Your Fire, which managed to go gold on the strength of "When I Look Into Your Eyes" (another Top Ten hit). The mainstream had begun embracing a noisier, grungier style of hard rock, however, and Firehouse's popularity waned as the decade progressed.

Three years passed before Firehouse released Firehouse 3, showcasing a softer, more MOR-oriented sound that found a home on adult contemporary radio. Good Acoustics followed a year later, and in 1999 Firehouse returned with Category 5 and the concert release Bring 'Em Out Live. The latter album captured a performance in Japan, where Firehouse continued to maintain their audience despite shifting trends back home. O2 appeared a year later, while Prime Time was issued in 2003. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

    Charlotte, NC

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