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Bring 'Em Out Live
Review by Brian Angotti
Since scorching up the charts up with hits like "Love Of A Lifetime" and "Don't Treat Me Bad", Firehouse have finally put on tape what they do best; and that is play live. Bring 'em Out "LIVE" is a collection of the band's greatest hits captured live.
Review by Gary Hill
This new release by Firehouse finds them continuing their career of ‘80’s styled metal done with a classic tilt. For fans of that type of music, this CD should be a good entry into the catalog.

Concert Reviews
FireHouse - Live in Beloit, WI, July 2005
Review by Lisa Palmeno
FireHouse opened "The Rock Never Stops" Tour performance at Beloit Riverfest on Sunday, July 17. Complete with high-whining guitars and vibrato-laden vocals, Firehouse kicked off the show, loud and proud.
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