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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Performance CreditsFirehouse Primary Artist
Bill Leverty Guitar,Background Vocals,Group Member
Perry Richardson Bass,Background Vocals,Group Member
C.J. Snare Keyboards,Vocals,Group Member
Michael Foster Percussion,Drums,Background Vocals,Group Member
Technical CreditsJerry Knight Composer
Doug Oberkircher Engineer
Dave Prater Producer
David Prater Producer
Tony Sellari Art Direction
Michael Caplan Executive Producer
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This could quite possibly be the BEST album that has ever come out within the past 10-15 years. These guys are great and they have so much talent, it's unbeleivable. This is an album that you don't have to skip any songs. Heavy songs, upbeat songs, ballads, it's got it all. Without a doubt the best Heavy Rock album I own.
Love Of a Lifetime is the one song that makes me hate myself for breaking-up/dumping my first ''real'' girlfriend when I was 20. I regret it all.