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Yummy! three obscure songs - 88%

morbert, May 29th, 2009

This 12 inch EP is worth getting your hands on if you're really into Twisted Sister. It took until 1999 before these songs from 1983 were available on CD (the re-issue of the full length "You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll" album) but of course if we're talking eighties stuff, we want to get the vinyl, not a CD. If you're only in it for the music, just get the re-issue but vinyl collectors do keep your eyes open for this one since it features no less than three studio songs which never made it onto a regular full length.

"Four Barrel Heart Of Love" and "One Man Woman" are typical hard rock stompers with a sing-a-long chorus, "One Man Woman" being the most cheesy of the two and it could've come straight from Ace Frehley's 1978 solo album. But the real gem here is "Feel The Power". An up tempo metal song in true What You Don't Know / Stay Hungry/ Power And The Glory tradition even though the chorus is not as strong as the mentioned classics.

A must-have if you're collecting Twisted Sister's eighties material!