O2 cd cover

Firehouse

O2

Firehouse finally managed to make and album that wasn't about half ballads, but unfortunately the songs just aren't very good. They aren't terrible, it's just mostly filler fluff. There's no All She Wrote or Reach for the Sky... It's sort of like a whole album of Rock on the Radio. It's boring and predictable and nothing has the spark and energy of their earlier work until track ten, Call of the Night, but by then it's really too late. They have the talent and they're back on the right track, but it rings hollow. It sounds like they're just going through the motions. Like they don't believe in what they're doing anymore and consequently, neither do I. --Scott

Average Rathole Visitor Rating7.4

Track Listing

  1. Jumpin'
  2. Take It Off
  3. The Dark
  4. Don't Fade On Me
  5. I'd Rather Be Making Love
  6. What You Can Do
  7. I'm In Love This Time
  8. Unbelievable
  9. Loving You Is Paradise
  10. Call Of The Night

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: CJ Snare
GUITAR: Bill Leverty
BASS: Perry Richardson
DRUMS: Michael Foster
KEYBOARDS: CJ Snare

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Spitfire Records
PRODUCED BY: Unknown
RELEASE YEAR: 2001
“Imagine how I felt when I saw beauty in your eyes. Now I can never go back, never compromise. Imagine my surprise.”