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Firehouse 9/11/1990

Review

Firehouse's self-titled debut was a slick, polished collection of pop-metal. While louder numbers like "Don't Treat Me Bad" sounded good on the radio, the true strength of the record was the group's knack for power ballads like the Top 10 hit "Love of a Lifetime." Firehouse had trouble coming up with a consistent set of high-quality material throughout their debut, but when they landed on a power ballad, they never sounded less than fine. ~ David Jehnzen
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Rock on the Radio Firehouse 4:44
  3. 2 All She Wrote Firehouse 4:27
  4. 3 Shake & Tumble Firehouse 3:29
  5. 4 Don't Treat Me Bad Firehouse 3:55
  6. 5 Oughta Be a Law Firehouse 3:54
  7. 6 Lover's Lane Firehouse 4:2
  8. 7 Home Is Where the Heart Is Firehouse 4:47
  9. 8 Don't Walk Away Firehouse 4:31
  10. 9 Seasons of Change Firehouse 1:29
  11. 10 Overnight Sensation Firehouse 3:54
  12. 11 Love of a Lifetime Firehouse 4:46
  13. 12 Helpless Firehouse 4:24

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