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Help Me Up - Detective - It Takes One To Know One (CD, Album)

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  1. The Singing Detective: Music From The BBC TV Serial [VINYL LP] by Singing Detective | out of 5 stars
  2. Possibly in an act of too much too soon, It Takes One To Know One was released before the end of , a mere six months after their debut. Picking up where the first LP left off, it in fact made a better placing on the US charts, no doubt helped by a heavy touring schedule with the likes of Kiss/5(19).
  3. This album overall is a hideously powerful and polished Hard Rock gem, and the songs are just immense, culminating in the towering olympian heights of One More Heartache. if you're a fan of Zeppelin, powerful Drumming, of 's Hard Rock you're gonna love detective.
  4. It Takes One To Know One, the second and final Detective album, is more fun than the first, although it's no less derivative. The band sounds more like Bad Company this time around; Des Barres was beginning to sound like a higher-pitched Paul Rodgers.
  5. It Takes One To Know One. Detective January 1, $ Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Songs. 1 Help Me Up: A single "One More Chance to Run" b/w "Booster" was released by Vertigo in the UK to promote the album. "One More Chance to Run" was covered by Joe Elliott's Down 'n' Outz on their album My /5(2).
  6. Close-up of the sign that says "We never close" He snatches at you and you match his cigarette She pulls the eyes out with a face like a magnet I don't know how much more of this I can take She's filing her nails while they're dragging the lake She is watching the .
  7. Aug 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of It Takes One To Know One on Discogs/5(47).
  8. Jul 11,  · A largely ignored follow-up to Detective's kinda-cool (but also mostly ignored) debut album, It Takes One To Know One has a few qualities that should make it worth the time for the dwindling few physical media junkies that actually enjoy rescuing these old pieces of vinyl from the stacks of year old obscurae/5(7).

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