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Thrill Me

by Fire

Energetic Melodic Hard Rock done the good old fashioned way with a strong lead vocalist, powerful guitar riffs and a dynamic rhythm section. Rocking anthems for the ones who like Thunder, Sammy Hagar, Krokus, Firehouse, Y & T, Gotthard and Whitesnake.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Thrill Me
4:29 $0.99
2. Get It On
3:49 $0.99
3. That Kind of Woman
5:03 $0.99
4. Come With Me
5:01 $0.99
5. Always There
3:40 $0.99
6. Hollywood
4:56 $0.99
7. Crazy Lovin'
4:02 $0.99
8. No More Pain
4:49 $0.99
9. Where We Are Goin'
4:35 $0.99
10. Lost Without You
4:27 $0.99
11. Back Home
5:59 $0.99
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Album Notes
Energetic melodic Hard Rock done the good old fashioned way with a strong lead vocalist, powerful guitar riffs and a dynamic rhythm section are the trademarks of Fire, a smokin’ hot band hailing from the Mediterranean island of Malta. The straight ahead Rock anthems of the band’s second album impresses with a powerful production of international standard and will win over friends of Thunder, Sammy Hagar, Krokus, Firehouse, Y & T, Gotthard and Whitesnake.

To some sceptics a Hard Rock Band from Malta might seem exotic, but the five guys of Fire instantly remove all doubts with
their second CD, which follows their very good debut release from 2006, “Ignite”. With eleven power cuts, produced to the
highest order by guitar player Robert Longo, the band is well-equipped for the international market. The tracks combine
outstanding melodies and infectious hooklines with the raw live power of the band, a distinguishing mark that the group
already showcased on a club tour in England and as opener for the Swiss Hard Rock institution Krokus.
Without further ado Fire blow the speakers with the title track “Thrill Me”, a cracking Hard Rock anthem, which has already
become a audience favorite at the band’s live gigs as well as on the airwaves of the local radio stations. With the backing of
the song’s intriguing video clip, which continues the delightful idea of the cover artwork, the way to a successful start
outside the Maltese frontiers is paved. With “Get It On” another rocking shell is shot, before the following track “That Kind
Of Woman” with its subtle use of keyboards slows down the tempo a bit, just to move into full gear with the furious “Come
With Me”. “Always There” with its winning groove and an irresistible hookline in the best AOR vein, is just like “Hollywood”,
composition by Joe Mizzi, a friend of the band, one of many high lights of a consistantly convincing record. “Crazy Lovin’” is
a musical piece, that would have been a perfect fit on an album by the Danes D.A.D. about twentyyears ago, while Dave
Meniketti of Y & T or Danny Bowes of Thunder would have loved to sing the bluesy power ballad “No More Pain” for any of
their bands outputs. The individual class of every single band member shows again in the performances of the stomping,
hard rockin’ and still very melodic tracks “Where Are We Goin’“ and ”Lost Without You”, with its guitar intro in Judas
Priest “Turbo”-fashion. Fire have saved a six minute epic with an atmospheric opening of keyboard sounds, a sublte organ
in the background and another glorious guitar performance for the final thrill. It’s called “Back Home” and it is a fine and
worthy closing track of a classic Hard Rock album, which is a very satisfying affair in every respect. (Words : Gregor Klee)



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Fire-thrill me-
I must admit , the first thing that caught my attention was the cover......but I was pleasently surprised by the quality of this album.I had never heard of this band before, but I'm pretty impressed with there take on hard rock.They remind me a little bit of Gotthard. Favourite tracks are "Come with me" and "No more pain".
Wish there were a few more guitar solos!