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Artist: Wrathchild

Title: Delerium

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Wrathchild Delerium Album Cover

 

Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 1989

Label: Heavy Metal Records

Catalog Number: HMR XD137

Personnel

Rocky Shades vocals
Lance Rokkit guitars
Marc Angel bass
Eddie Star drums

Tracks

1.  Delirium  0:57
2.  Watch Me Shake It  3:23
3.  That's What U Get (When U Fall in Love)  3:28
4.  My Girlz  2:53
5.  Long Way 2 Go  4:06
6.  Good Girlz  3:23
7.  Do What U Wanna  3:33
8.  Kid Pusher  5:41
9.  She's High on Luv  3:34
10.  Roxx Me Over  4:02
11.  Only 4 the Fun  3:25
12.  Drive Me Krazy  3:30
  
Total Running Time:  41:55

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rene Date: May 1, 2003 at 11:33
Not a bad album but i like more the other WRATHCHILD U.K albums

From: visitor Date: August 20, 2003 at 6:49
Other tracks suck bad but Kid Pusher is a great song and the lyrics really stand out of the general level on the album. A little feeling of AC/DCīs Hellīs Bells in the guitar intro, eh?

From: vicrock Date: September 19, 2003 at 17:26
Whatch me shaker is a hot song, and the album is good, but the production dont help. Its a shame

From: CC Date: October 19, 2003 at 14:32
The most American sounding album Wrathchild produced! She's high on luv was a song that could so easily have been on the first Enuff Z'Nuff. Rocky had finally refined his vocals & didnt sound so 'British',a great improvement! Brilliant album,just a shame it was their last!

From: Geoff Date: August 17, 2004 at 2:54
This one puzzled me because I guess they were aiming for a 'Look what the cat dragged in' / 'Flesh and blood' kind of transition, but to be honest this one sucks even more than their ultra glam days. This is just boring, lame and I guess a little like fellow countrymen, Tattooed Love Boys. Sorry guys, these guys just really sucked and I doubt they could ever sound good... Very lame album and IMO worse than the debut.

From: StarChildBlade Date: December 7, 2009 at 14:33
This is album is excellent. After releasing THE BIZ SUXX, I thought, oh no. Wrathchild don't have it in them anymore. The debut was on fire. THE BIZZ SUXX was lack luster comparatively speaking. But then I heard DELIRIUM and all fears were quashed. This album was definitely Wrathchild trying hard to carve a niche in the American Glam scene, and could've succeeded with a bigger push. This album smokes its competetion, however. Yes, you hear Poison, Pretty Boy Floyd, and a little Motley Crue or Van Halen, but the songs are so much funner and better sounding to me than a lot of those bands. And I love those bands! Yes, it is still very British sounding (think Mott The Hoople meets Motley Crue), but definitely more accessible than the second album. Favorite song? There are many but I really like "Rokk Me Over" and "Do Whacha Want". Classic!


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