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WHITE WIDOW Turn it Up CD (2000) Metal Mayhem
WHITE WIDOW Turn it Up CD (2000) Metal Mayhem
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White Widow

Turn it Up

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Metal Mayhem

Catalog Number: MM00006

Average Rating: 87 / 100 (5 ratings)

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Personnel
Brian Spindler vocals
D.D. Feally guitar
Johnny Larson guitar
Scotty Miami drums
J. Harington additional keyboards
Dave King additional bass
Tracks
1.  Greatest Show  5:32
2.  Love Comes, Love Goes  3:32
3.  Fallin' in and Out of Love  4:27
4.  Shakin' All Over  2:42
5.  Time, Time  4:28
6.  Turn it Up  3:37
7.  Somethin' that You Do to Me  3:36
8.  All Dressed Up  4:27
9.  Hangin' Bangin'  3:28
10.  United We Stand  4:02
  
Total Running Time:  39:51

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Existing comments about this CD

From: M. Allen Date: November 27, 2001 at 15:25
Many metalheads consider this a classic, but what I hear is your typical, formulaic hair metal. Not bad, mind you, but not too great either. The guitars are pretty cool, with that big late 80s snarl, but the songs are soooooo predictable. Bottom line, if you're looking for some average hair metal, complete with the typical hooks & harmonies, then WHITE WIDOW might very well snare you in their web. Anyone looking for an ounce of originality best look somewhere else for their next metal meal.

From: JF Date: November 30, 2001 at 11:54
I don't agree with M Allen....this CD is awesome. So is their other release "Bustin Out".

From: Shoemaker Date: June 19, 2002 at 15:15
I bought their latest output "Bustin Out", itīs totaly boring, nothing special, but the singer has a cool voice. He sounds like the man from Dangerous Toys.

From: Rycheage Date: July 20, 2003 at 20:28
White Widow rock hard in the traditional 80's melodic metal vein of Dokken, Motley Crue and Helix. Plenty of fast licks, high pitched raspy vocals and in your face rockers. The production on this is good, with a solid and even mix to the sound.

From: LL Date: June 21, 2004 at 14:24
The band the singer and guitarist (fieally) were in before this band was much much better -- Doctor Banzai. Brian Feally played bass, Spinny sang, LLemke on guitar (much better than eitherr of the two in wwidow), and Kenny Stall on drums -- better songs, better musianship, all around better. Feally is now in a straight jacket or wandering the streets mumbling in LaCrosse, WI., Spinny is still under the influence that he will make it big some day, ego and all. Too bad Banzai split -- that was the

From: LL Date: June 21, 2004 at 14:26
The band the singer and guitarist (fieally) were in before this band was much much better -- Doctor Banzai. Brian Feally played bass, Spinny sang, LLemke on guitar (much better than eitherr of the two in wwidow), and Kenny Stall on drums -- better songs, better musianship, all around better. Feally is now in a straight jacket or wandering the streets mumbling in LaCrosse, WI., Spinny is still under the influence that he will make it big some day, ego and all. What a jackass.

From: cheesebro Date: August 17, 2005 at 11:42
I had the chance to see most of these guys go through alot of changes through the years. I've known Spinny,DD Feally,Scotty,Larz and Dave King for alot of years.This was the best that they have done .SO FAR.I know this isn't the last thet we have heard of these talented performers.I seen them work with other bands over the last 23 years. I must disagree with LL about Dr.Bonzi.Leroy lemke lacked technech. His vibrato sounded like some sort of crazed weasel.His sound was that of a carefully execu

From: Dead Planet Date: September 20, 2006 at 15:17
These guys play typical hair metal but they do it very well and if you're into this kind of music both their releases should grace your collection as they do mine...

From: metalhead4life Date: December 13, 2006 at 14:23
Not bad; average to maybe just a bit above average hair metal/glam rock since it does have power and screeching vocals that hit hard. Songwriting a bit weak on some songs though. The 6/6.5 rating it currently has seems fair.


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