Hinder (2) ‎– Take It To The Limit

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1 Use Me 3:49
2 Loaded And Alone 4:06
3 Last Kiss Goodbye 3:48
4 Up All Night 3:33
5 Without You 3:52
6 Take It To The Limit
Featuring, Lead Guitar – Mick Mars
3:11
7 The Best Is Yet To Come 3:22
8 Heaven Sent 3:41
9 Thing For You 3:59
10 Lost In The Sun 3:52
11 Far From Home 4:03

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Recorded at Van Howes Studios.
Additional vocals on track 5 recorded at Mix LA.
Lead guitar on track 6 recorded at Mick Mars' house.
Mixed at Resonate Studios and Mix LA.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.

Published by Winkvine Publishing LLC, Firecrotch Publishing LLC and Highbuck Publishing.

℗&© 2008 Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Distributed by Universal Music Distribution.
Made in the USA by UML.

Contains FBI Anti-Piracy Seal

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602517873520
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L007
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0353
  • Matrix / Runout: B00 122 0102 01%%
  • Other (Outer Ring Etchings): AD
  • Other (Outer Ring Etchings Variation 2): AC
  • Other (Outer Ring Etchings): EDC [Logo]
  • Other (Inner Ring Etching): MADE IN USA BY UML

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
B0012201-02 Hinder (2) Take It To The Limit(CD, Album, Club) Universal Republic Records B0012201-02 US 2008 Sell This Version
602517873520 Hinder (2) Take It To The Limit(CD, Album) Universal Republic Records 602517873520 Europe 2008 Sell This Version
B001220102 Hinder (2) Take It To The Limit(CD, Album) Universal Republic Records B001220102 Canada 2008 Sell This Version
B0012257-01 Hinder (2) Take It To The Limit(2xLP, Album) Universal Republic Records B0012257-01 US 2008 Sell This Version
B0012256-02 Hinder (2) Take It To The Limit(CD, Album) Universal Republic Records B0012256-02 US 2008 Sell This Version

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sound.and.vision

sound.and.vision

January 23, 2010

I thought i would give this album a personal review, as if you google it many 'professional' critics rate this album low (Allmusic & Rolling Stone for example). Now i feel that this album is a slight bit better, in my opinion, than Extreme Behaviour. This is most likely because, i feel that the lyric writing and construction is slightly better on this album, although the sound is very much the same to Extreme Behaviour. Also there are more, ballad-like, slower tempo songs on here than Extreme Behaviour - which i like, in comparison to their anthem-eqse, in your face tracks like Use Me. The problem with this album is its a yeah ill have it on my iPod for casual listening album - but its not something that you'd think oh yeah i really want to listen to that album. There is nothing special really about this album, its similar to Extreme Behaviour in the way that, yes, its not original - in any way. And that seems to be the problem with hard rock these days, so many bands sound similar to another - and for me Hinder seem to be Buckcherry wannabes. But still give this album a listen, but its not essential - its just another selection of songs that could all become radio-hits. And i think that this band, and their releases score low because there are about 500 other bands of the same sound out there, with countless bands being 'discovered' and blatantly influenced by Chad Kroeger of Nickelback.