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  1.  TonyRoeIsleofWight


    I never knew this band when they released their debut album. I saw them on tv and was immediately hooked. They then released No Guts No Glory and that was it, they became my number one band. I am old enough to have seen AC/DC and understand where the comparisons come from. Believe me, they are not an AC/DC tribute band they are the original Airbourne. The only similarity is that they are both Australian and play great music. This album moves them forward from their debut album (Running Wild) and takes them to a higher level as evidenced from their live performances of many of these songs. Take my word and give this album your serious attention. You will not be disappointed and the experience will leave you exhausted keeping up with the energy they put in to this album. Listen to it once and you will be hooked on Australia's greatest musical export of the current generation. This album will leave you frantic for the next new album due in 2012. Until then, No Guts No Glory gives you No Equal.

  2.  An unexpected treat


    I bought this CD upon the recommendation of the previous reviewer. Do what I did and now take both of our comments as agreat reason to go out and buy this version. The studio album is worth a listen as much today as it was when it first came out. But don't stop there! Listen to the live 2nd disk and you'll be taken to a special musical place. The Dio/Sabbath "Live Evil" album is good even though the mix is too clean and lacks crowd imput. This new live CD is what should have been released insted of (or as well as) the "Live Evil" album. So buy this for a great studio album and a live CD that bears testament to the greatness of Black Sabbath and the late Ronnie James Dio. Fantastic. 5 Stars!!!!!

  3.  Tony Roe


    Bought the original on double-vinyl when it came out and anyone buying the CD now will be amazed at how good metal was in the 80's and only now are groups like Venom getting the credit they deserved back then. Play LOUD and enjoy!!