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Babylon A.D. 6/9/1992

Review

More hard-rock than heavy metal, L.A.'s Babylon A.D. get the commercial sound right on Nothing Sacred, despite the tacky cover artwork. More muscular and real than most of the pop-metal to hit the charts in recent years, one can only hope that groups like this will continue to supplant Poison-type dross. The live-wire guitars on uptempo material like "Sacrifice Your Love" and "Psychedelic Sex Reaction" owe a debt to Michael Schenker from his UFO days; lead vocalist Derek (just Derek to you) sings as if life itself depended on every note; the group delivers powerful, memorable ballads on "So Savage the Heart" (serious hit material) and "Down on the River of No Return" without resorting to power-ballad cliché; and integrates some cool banjo picking on the Aerosmith-like "Dream Train." ~ Roch Parisien
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Take the Dog off the Chain Babylon A.D. 4:38
  3. 2 Bad Blood Babylon A.D. 3:56
  4. 3 So Savage the Heart Babylon A.D. 5:14
  5. 4 Sacrifice Your Love Babylon A.D. 5:35
  6. 5 Redemption Babylon A.D. 4:56
  7. 6 Down the River of No Return Babylon A.D. 3:5
  8. 7 Psychedelic Sex Reaction Babylon A.D. 4:28
  9. 8 Dream Train Babylon A.D. 4:50
  10. 9 Blind Ambition Babylon A.D. 4:28
  11. 10 Slave Your Body Babylon A.D. 3:47
  12. 11 Of the Rose [Instrumental] Babylon A.D. 1:32
  13. 12 Pray for the Wicked Babylon A.D. 4:29

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