The Law (3) ‎– The Law

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Atlantic ‎– 7567-82195-1
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A1 For A Little Ride 3:55
A2 Miss You In A Heartbeat 4:31
A3 Stone Cold 4:14
A4 Come Save Me (Julianne) 3:59
A5 Laying Down The Law
Piano – Paul RodgersProducer – Kenny Jones, Paul Rodgers
4:25
B1 Nature Of The Beast
Guitar – Bryan Adams
3:54
B2 Stone
Guitar – Chris Rea, David Gilmour
5:11
B3 Anything For You 3:55
B4 Best Of My Love
Producer – Kenny Jones, Paul RodgersProducer [Additional], Mixed By – Ahmet Ertegun, Shane Keister
4:35
B5 Tough Love 3:44
B6 Missing You Bad Girl 4:43

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Came with printed inner sleeve

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  • Barcode: 7567-82195-1
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 0121

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CD 82195 The Law (3) The Law(CD, Album) Atlantic CD 82195 Canada 1991 Sell This Version
NORD GRUPP 0101 The Law (3) The Law(CD, Album, Unofficial) Agat Company Ltd. NORD GRUPP 0101 Russia 1997 Sell This Version
AMCY-227 The Law (3) The Law(CD, Album) Atlantic AMCY-227 Japan 1991 Sell This Version
82195-2, 7 82195-2 The Law (3) The Law(CD, Album, Unofficial) Atlantic (2), Atlantic (2) 82195-2, 7 82195-2 Russia 2017 Sell This Version
7567-82195-4 The Law (3) The Law(Cass, Album) Atlantic 7567-82195-4 Europe 1991 Sell This Version

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bermudatriangle888

bermudatriangle888

July 9, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Not an awful release but not a great one either. Probably a must have for fans of Paul Rodgers-and as such it retails brand new for a whopping 90 bucks on amazon.uk-but it can be found used for cheap via amazon.com. I thought the songs were a bit too commercial for PR but its basically a good listen. Strange was the exclusion of any noteworthy guitarists or bassists on the record-as far as I could tell. Great drumming provided by Kenney Jones of ex-Who alumni...its good summer rock music but it lacks a certain emotional depth-which is something that has generally been the hallmark of Paul Rodgers vocal work. "Hey baby"-the opening lyric says it all.