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Firehouse

Firehouse Audio CD
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1. Rock On The Radio
2. All She Wrote
3. Shake & 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
12. Helpless

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Vader
Format:Audio CD
Firehouse was one of the best metal bands in the 90s and scored with "DON'T TREAT ME BAD", "ALL SHE WROTE", "OVERNIGHT SENSATION", AND THE HUGE BALLAD "LOVE OF A LIFETIME". Now I've heard that Firehouse ripped off Journey's "Faithfully". Well, in this case, Firehouse did a much better job with "LOve of a lifetime" because the song reached #5 on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles chart. Between Slaughter, Poison, Warrant and Skid Row, Firehouse was one of the best metal in the 90s. "LOve of a lifetime is a classic ballad and this album is a classic.

One piece of advice- If you buy this album, get it NEW. Most record stores still carry their debut album- but not their other albums.

Don't Treat Me Bad, All She Wrote and Love of a lifetime were all top 40 hits.

Firehouse is simply one of the best heavy metal bands from the 90s.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Memories!!! Jan. 3 2004
By Pha-Q
Format:Audio CD
Picture this, high school 1993-1994. You're leaving the student parking lot in your old 1985 Ford Tempo piece of crap. Which is worthless, but, the music cranked inside is priceless. That's right people, between this their self titled album "Firehouse" and "Hold Your Fire" I was in business. I used to think I was soooo cooool cranking "Don't Treat Me Bad." Hey opinions vary. The thing is you just cannot own one of these albums without the other close at hand. I have a lot of memories with these albums, and oh them there ballads. "Love of a Lifetime" and SOB SOB, "When I look Into Your Eyes." School dances never sounded so good. Unfortunately, I had to graduate, and Kurt Cobain would infuse us with his wares. Metal went dormant fast, and with it, my prized Firehouse moment in time took a trip to Mars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Great Hair Metal March 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
I bought this CD back in the late 80's for "Love of a Lifetime" because at that time my fiance and I considered it "our song". I never really listened to the rest of the disc. I just pulled this CD out again today and man is it good! The whole disc is great. All of the songs are catchy, I had forgotten about "Don't Treat me Bad", but some of the other tunes I heard for the first time just really grabbed me. If you are a fan of Bon Jovi or Ratt, or just want to listen to some older pop-metal I highly recommend this album.
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4.0 out of 5 stars What a debut....... Jan. 17 2003
By Elite
Format:Audio CD
Back when it was cool to say you liked bands like Warrant, Poison, Bon Jovi, etc., Firehouse was my favorite. And this CD, to this day, I think is their best. The 2 hits off it ("Don't Treat Me Bad" & "Love Of A Lifetime"), are well known and liked. "Rock On The Radio" is a great way to start off any CD. "All She Wrote" should have been a bigger hit than it was. "Shake And Tumble" is my personal favorite 'non-single' from the disc. "Don't Walk Away" & "Overnight Sensation" are also great tunes. "Seasons Of Change" is the obvious worst song here, but that's why you skip over it. Even though most like it, "Home Is Where The Heart Is" never impressed me. I think the thing that got me into this band was the vocals of C.J. Snare and the cobination of catchy hard rock tunes and excellent ballads. There is really nothing all that original about this band. They are just really good. Simple as that. I highly recommend this CD if you like the 90's hard rock bands like the ones I mentioned above or others of that era. And if you do, you probably already have this and love it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great if not original Big Hair Metal Sept. 20 2002
Format:Audio CD
While some of the latter Hair bands like Firehouse are a step below, say Whitesnake, it's still quality stuff that makes me sad when I think about the "My life, yeah it sucks and I hate everything" theme of grunge that wiped this out soon after. I was about 10-15 in the Nirvana/Pearl Jam years, (perfect age to like it), but I proudly listened to the '80s even if my friends laughed at me.
Whew, anyway I love the anthemic if not cheesy "Don't Treat Me Bad" which begs a girl to be a little nicer. Most of the album follows in this style. "All She Wrote", the high-pitched vocal on "Helpless", the slighly harder "Overnight Sensation", and the happy yet underrated funky "Shake and Tumble" are similarly themed feel-good tunes, as is the simple "Rock On the Radio" which is a song about listening to, yep, just that. Also who can forget the yearning and beautiful Power Ballad "Love Of A Lifetime" (which got lost in a heap of those coming out) is, in a word, touching.
The other songs all sound pretty much the same, "Oughta Be A Law", "Lovers Lane", and even the other ballad, the subpar "Don't Walk Away" are okay, but don't quite have what it takes to stay in your head. Maybe this would've been better as am 8 or 9 song album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars SoCal Rock with Glam-metal Attitude Sept. 17 2002
Format:Audio CD
The debut album from Firehouse is one of my top 5 favorite albums from the glam/hair metal scene. Even though these guys aren't actually glam artists, they are lumped in with that particular category because they fit much more nicely with that than the alt/grunge rock scene that started in the early 90's. Firehouse is definitely NOT alt/grunge. They are like... like a polished, edgier Dokken-mixed-with-White Lion mixed with Cherry Pie-era Warrant.
Firehouse is simple, straightforward Southern California rock from the early 90's. This album is DEFINITELY the gem of their career. It's solid through and through: the songwriting is VERY tight, the guitar work absolutely blistering and razor-sharp, and there is an amount of party-fun, sass and attitude that are found on Warrant's (Cherry Pie) and Ratt's (Out of the Cellar, Dancing Undercover) best work. There isn't a single filler track on this album. Many bands go an entire career without being able to boast that. Firehouse would only do that on this album, but OH is this album worth a spin in the player.
1. Rock on the Radio: 9/10 Chunky rhythm, awesome guitar work. Check out the transition from the song's chant-like intro to the beginning of the actual "song" part of the song.
2. All She Wrote: 10/10 Never release as a single, but widely believed that it would have been their second-biggest hit on the album after "Love of a Lifetime." The guitars chug and rip throughout, and the songwriting is TIGHT. Vox are good too. One of my two favs on the album.
3. Shake and Tumble: 8/10 As with every single song on the album (save for #8), the guitarwork/distortion sound is blistering and awesome. Got a great stop-and-start tempo.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome
awsome
Published 26 days ago by michelle freeman
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Forgotten band
Has great songs from start to finish, like Don't Treat Me Bad, really worth the price for this album. Awesome.
Published 15 months ago by Kearnol
5.0 out of 5 stars Underrated
Many of the late 80's/ very early 90's hair bands were empty sounding, and seemed boring. Firehouse was one of the better bands of the era. Read more
Published on July 1 2003 by Undertaker
5.0 out of 5 stars no title
decent first effort. powerful songs, my personal fav is "all she wrote" powerful guitar and lyrics. i cant think of any guy who hasnt experienced the words in that song. Read more
Published on April 14 2003 by "skcfa1649"
4.0 out of 5 stars Last great album of the hair-metal era
All the songs here are great and you can sing along to this album non-stop. however the reason why these guys sounds so good is this album is so overdubbed its not even funny. Read more
Published on May 27 2002
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable release before grunge took over
I consider this album--and this band--somewhat of a copycat effort of others within the "pop metal" genre--bands like Bon Jovi and Europe come to mind. Read more
Published on Nov. 6 2001 by Brad
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Debut Worth Listening To (Even Today)
Firehouse was one of those bands that was lumped into the hair metal with Warrant & Poison but they seemed to be heavier and better quality than those that were associated with... Read more
Published on July 25 2001 by savant421
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