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Artist: Lock Up

Title: Something Bitchin This Way Comes

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Lock Up Something Bitchin This Way Comes Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1990

Label: Geffen

Catalog Number: M5G 24279


Brian Grillo lead vocals, percussion, backing vocals
Tom Morello guitars, backing vocals
Chris Beebe bass guitars, backing vocals
Vince Ostertag drums, percussion, backing vocals


1.  Can't Stop Bleeding  4:09
2.  Nothing New  3:10
3.  Punch Drunk  3:34
4.  Everywhere I Go It Looks Like Rain  4:89
5.  24 Hour Man  4:25
6.  Don't Want to Talk About It  3:39
7.  Half Man-Half Beast  3:43
8.  Tell Me When It's Over  5:26
9.  Kiss It Goodbye  4:12
10.  Where the Sky Meets the Street  3:16
11.  Maniac  3:32
12.  Peacekeeper  3:47
Total Running Time:  48:22

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From: David Date: April 28, 2002 at 17:38
Tom Morello from Rage Against The Machine fame on guitars.

From: M. Allen Date: April 28, 2002 at 20:55
Picked these guys up not too long ago. Got rid of them about five minutes later. They sound like lame Electric Boys wannabes, a weird, unappealing mix of melodic hard rock and funk. This album should be locked away, because something bitchin' it ain't.

From: Kim Date: April 30, 2002 at 13:39
M.Allen. I dont agree, 100% This cd is quite good infact. I had it for about 6 mths before I gave it a good listening, and its good. Electric Boys are in another league. S U P E R B. But Lock Up isnt that bad.

From: abdullah Date: December 23, 2002 at 21:36
When I first got this when it came out in like '90 or so I really dug it, but it doesn't stand the test of time too well for me. Kinda reminds me of RHCP meets Van Halen. "Half Man-Half Beast" is a jam and a half, and "Kiss It Goodbye" is a pretty convincing ballad, but the rest of it just doesn't do it for me no more. I'd rather listen to say Circle or Soul who were a lot better at mixing hard rock with funk, IMO. Not bad, though, if anything just a nice skeleton in Tom Morello's closet.

From: SPOTLIGHT Date: May 12, 2003 at 1:42
Don't know if the singer in this band was gay at this time. But, when he fronted EXTRA FANCY, he was all into being queer and writing tunes about man on man love. "Sinnerman" was the name of the album & his had some cool stuff on it. Can't really get into the songs about gay love though. It just seems so wrong. I thought Lock Up sucked more than a homosexual. I bought it because of who was in it. Nothing more. Plus, for a buck at the flea market...that was a price I was happy with.

From: Date: October 21, 2004 at 19:33
you guys are great

From: Fizz Date: October 24, 2004 at 0:32
Just that fact that Mr. Social Activist was in the band (and is probably loathe to admit it) is a reason to keep bringing it up. ESPECIALLY because he's probably embarrassed by it.

From: lou Date: April 9, 2005 at 21:19
is there a picture of the band in the booklet of this cd? i dont' have it so...

From: Refugee80 Date: August 19, 2007 at 18:52
Dont listen to most of these comments trust me its awesum 10/10 better than the old chilli peppers stuff really cool and deep sounding awesum slow melodic rock tracks and wicked hard rock Tom Morrello is a superb guitarist

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