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Category: Glam Rock
Label: Castle Communications
Catalog Number: DOJOLP6
|1.||Do You Want My Love||3:43|
|2.||Rock the City Down||4:33|
|6.||Twist of the Knife||4:44|
|8.||It's a Party||3:37|
|Total Running Time:||34:12|
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|From: CC||Date: August 5, 2010 at 2:04|
|This has never been available on CD officially. Any CD's that are available are bootlegs, with the music being a direct rip from the vinyl. Just look at the catalogue number to see its a vinyl album.|
|From: StarChildBlade||Date: June 27, 2011 at 19:42|
|It is now on cd officially, and is a nice introduction to the early days of Wrathchild. They were definitely equal parts punk and glam.|
|From: CC||Date: December 31, 2011 at 9:48|
|Nope, it has never been released on CD other than bootlegs. Even on Amazon.co.uk it says "This is a private pressing of the same titled 1985 album", meaning its a bootleg submitted by someone themselves. There are actually two versions on the boot, on with the original track listing, and one with 2 bonus live tracks which were originally the b-side to the Nuklear Rokket 12 inch single. Very professionally done, but both bootlegs none the less.|
|From: Buitre||Date: November 14, 2013 at 7:27|
|I have the LP and honestly it contains anything I couldn't live without. I remember it as a big dissapointment back in the day. I listen to it from year to year but...no, it's not getting any better. I also had their next effort "The bizz suxx...." and I remember it as a far better one. 40/100|
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