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Firehouse - 1990 Firehouse
A big budget, a big sound courtesy of David Prater, and big hair, what else could you want? Well, a couple of songs into the Billboard Top 10 would help, and that's exactly what happened.

Firehouse - 1992 Hold Your Fire
It goes without saying that the first pair of Firehouse albums are absolute belters within the melodic hard rock scene. Here's the second of those: 'Hold Your Fire'.

Firehouse - 1995 3
I remember buying this on a CD buying excursion in Sydney back in 1996, and remarked how different it was from the first two albums from this band. Sure thing: 'Firehouse' and 'Hold Your Fire' were both awesome melodic rock albums, this one ain't so bad either, but released three years after HYF, 1995 was a completely different environment than the hair metal heyday.

Firehouse - 1996 Good Acoustics
Hair metallers Firehouse ventured into 1996 with an acoustic/semi-unplugged CD, on the back of three hard rocking albums which preceded it.

Firehouse - 2003 Prime Time
The previous 3 studio albums, 'III', '0'2 and 'Category 5', disappointed me immensely. Where the hell had the rock gone? Well, I guess the guys went and found it as 'Prime Time' is the hardest Firehouse album since 'Hold Your Fire'.

The Essential Series - 2017 Glam Metal (Volume 1) by Dtabachn
Commonly, public at large as well as critics and writers fail to identify the importance of Glam Metal as a crucial Metal sub-genre. In the sense that it was the driving force behind the fact that Metal was arguably the dominant genre in popular music around the mid to late 80's.

 
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