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All Music Guide - Doug Stone
Due to membership upheavals and the genocide of hair metal, you're messing with a leaner, meaner son of a Britny Fox on the quartet's first live disc. Opening strong with a Dirty Harry sound bite, "Six Guns Loaded" and quasi-smash "Long Way to Love," diminutive Johnny-come-lately frontman Tom Paris holds the crowd with his funny and cool stage patter (naturally relying on a common four-letter colloquialism). He tucks the Fox chestnut "Dream On" into Supertramp's glittering "Give a Little Bit" (long before the Gap commercial). The band still subsists on those early tracks somehow, but many songs come from the charmingly titled Bite Down Hard, and the boys whip up a metal ...
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All Music Guide - Doug Stone
Due to membership upheavals and the genocide of hair metal, you're messing with a leaner, meaner son of a Britny Fox on the quartet's first live disc. Opening strong with a Dirty Harry sound bite, "Six Guns Loaded" and quasi-smash "Long Way to Love," diminutive Johnny-come-lately frontman Tom Paris holds the crowd with his funny and cool stage patter (naturally relying on a common four-letter colloquialism). He tucks the Fox chestnut "Dream On" into Supertramp's glittering "Give a Little Bit" (long before the Gap commercial). The band still subsists on those early tracks somehow, but many songs come from the charmingly titled Bite Down Hard, and the boys whip up a metal maelstrom by mid-show with "Closer to Your Love" and "Black and White." Obviously a very visual assemblage, Britny Fox turns out a sonically satisfying live work, admirable simply because of the band's survival. Billy Childs is an amiable bassist who looks like C.C. DeVille's mellow older brother (If you don't know who C.C. is, why are you reading?) and acoustically opens "Over and Out" (not the Drill song), which starts like "Find Your Way Back" (the Jefferson Starship song). Drummer Johnny Dee's solo is wisely omitted, as these are aural wastes, live or on disc. German guitarist and Fox founder Michael Kelly Smith throws out some fire from the cityscape painted on his BC Rich, but, by his prolonged solo, no one really cares. Luckily, Tommy always wins the crowd back. The show wraps with Fox's raison d'etre "Girlschool" and "Midnight Moses," a sensational Alex Harvey discovery that defines what a remake should be: a powerful rekindling of a forgotten flame. Burn on! This brilliant blue-collar rummage through the smoldering ashes of the brilliant music that led up to the heady daze of tight trous and high hair hopefully indicates the future of the Fox.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/6/2001
  • Label: Spitfire
  • UPC: 670211511123
  • Catalog Number: 15111

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Six Guns Loaded (4:20)
  2. 2 Long Way to Love (5:35)
  3. 3 Lonely Too Long (5:05)
  4. 4 Liar (3:56)
  5. 5 Dream On (4:44)
  6. 6 Closer to Your Love (3:51)
  7. 7 Black + White (3:52)
  8. 8 Guitar Solo (1:31)
  9. 9 Shot from My Gun (4:06)
  10. 10 Louder (4:13)
  11. 11 Over & Out (5:17)
  12. 12 Turn On (4:00)
  13. 13 Girlschool (5:28)
  14. 14 Midnight Moses (5:34)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Britny Fox Primary Artist
Billy Childs Vocals
Michael Kelly Smith Guitar, Vocals
Johnny Dee Drums, Vocals
Billy Childs Bass
Tommy Paris Guitar, Vocals
Technical Credits
Britny Fox Producer
Paul Brown Engineer, Remote Recording
Doug Mackenzie Video Editor
Vinny Cimino Art Direction
Tommy Paris Producer
Tommy Paris Producer
Reid Cowan Engineer
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