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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Spitfire

Catalog Number: SPT 15260-2

Average Rating: 77 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
Joe Leste Lead Vocals
Anthony Focx Guitar, Backing Vocals
Kenny Kweens Guitar, Backing Vocals
Mark Simpson Guitar
Timmy Russell Drums

Additional Musicians
Alex Grossi Guitar
Michael Thomas Guitar
Matt Starr Drums
Glen Sobel Drums
Roxy Saint Additional Vocals "Never"

Bonus tracks are from the 2006 European release on Perris Records.
Tracks
1.  Anyone     Listen!
2.  Freedom     Listen!
3.  Unforgiven     Listen!
4.  Save Me     Listen!
5.  Superfly     Listen!
6.  Empty     Listen!
7.  Never     Listen!
8.  Straight To Hell     Listen!
9.  The Unknown     Listen!
10.  Ton Of Lead     Listen!
11.  Brand New Day     Listen!
12.  Thanks     Listen!
13.  I Won't Be The One     Listen!
14.  Get Up bonus track - demo version     Listen!
15.  I Got It All bonus track - demo version     Listen!
16.  Tear'in Me Up bonus track - demo version     Listen!
17.  Straight to Hell bonus track - live     Listen!

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From: CC Date: November 30, 2005 at 9:50
Ok,I loved the debut album,so of course I was hoping for big things from this album. On first listen,my first thoughts were "This is good,just not as good as the debut". Now the more I listen to it,I still think its not as good as the debut,but this is more than a good album,its a great fucking album! If you take it as an exstension of the debut you will appreciate it more! Basically,if you like the debut,and the recent BT album,you will love this!

From: CC Date: November 30, 2005 at 9:51
Ok,I loved the debut album,so of course I was hoping for big things from this album. On first listen,my first thoughts were "This is good,just not as good as the debut". Now the more I listen to it,I still think its not as good as the debut,but this is more than a good album,its a great fucking album! If you take it as an exstension of the debut you will appreciate it more! Basically,if you like the debut,and the recent BT album,you will love this!

From: CC Date: November 30, 2005 at 9:52
I liked it so much,I posted the same thing twice. D'oh!

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From: Blue Charvel Date: January 4, 2006 at 9:59
First listen, I'm hooked. Solid in your face rock with a nice meaty production. My only complaint, LeSte sounds great on the rockers, but he sounds a bit off on the slower offerings. But hey, I don't listen to BC for the ballads!

From: aMetalhead1966 Date: January 5, 2006 at 13:49
Here's one that frankly is way over-rated.The s/t was great cause it injected a newer/modern sound into hard rock but it didn't forget solos and such. With D.J gone,there isn't much going on...Rumor has it that they had a hard time getting anything worth-while down. It's not bad,it just could be so much better....

From: lucasgordon Date: February 16, 2006 at 13:27
***************Coleccionistas a parar la oreja!!! porque? Tengo en mis manos, no una, sino dos versiones distintas del último lanzamiento de Beautiful Creatures titulado “Deuce”. Como viene la mano? No sé, pero el mismo Kenny Kweens me hizo llegar una y luego Perris Records me envió la segunda, la cual trae más temas!!! El punto es que más temas, menos temas, empecé a escuchar “Anyone”, el primer track y me voló la cabeza en mil pedazos.

From: lucasgordon Date: February 16, 2006 at 13:27
Que buena banda BC, ya me demolió con su primer album homónimo, ahora reafirman que ésta es una banda contundente, está claro lo potentes que quieren sonar, y como lo logran en ambos Cd´s. El sonido es bien actual, pero no es NU metal, de hecho esta lejos de ser calificados con ese estilo, es un Hard Rock moderno, como lo es “Generation Swine” de Motley Crue (el disco más apreciado por Tommy Lee), o Velvet Revolver, por momentos se huelen aires a lo Orgy como en “Never”, tema que canta con Roxy

From: lucasgordon Date: February 16, 2006 at 13:29
Saint, una guachita linda que tal vez la pegue pronto. Joe Leste ya tiene vasta carrera musical con Bang Tango, y para los que busquen una especie de Bang Tango con otra formación, olvídense, no se parece a la banda glam de los ochentas. Kenny es un excelente bajista, hace un muy buen puente entre el baterista Timmy Russell y los guitarristas Anthony Focx y Mark Simpson. El disco tiene varios extras, por un lado los cuatro bonus track “Get Up”, “I Got It All” y “Tearin´ Me Up”

From: lucasgordon Date: February 16, 2006 at 13:30
todos en versión demo, y “Straight To Hell” en vivo, que solo se pueden obtener por medio de Perris Records de Europa. Otra sorpresa, hay varios invitados, además de Roxy están Alex Grossi (Bang Tango) y Michael Thomas (Tuff) que aportan sus guitarras, Matt Starr y Glen Sobel (Gary Hoey, Impellitteri) le dan a los parches en este álbum. Matt ya tuvo trato con Joe en Bang Tango y Glen fue el batero original de Beautiful Creatures.

From: lucasgordon Date: February 16, 2006 at 13:30
Una última particularidad es que la versión europea tiene una diferente portada a la norteamericana (la que están viendo es la europea). Increíble banda del nuevo siglo, excelente álbum, altamente recomendable. *********************************** Lucas H Gordon

From: Geoff Date: March 8, 2006 at 23:49
I think fans of the debut will probably enjoy this one almost as much as that one, but I have to admit that IMO it's not as good as the debut. Again, good solid heavy sleaze rock, but inferior to the debut.

From: Metalmusicman Date: January 1, 2007 at 14:40
If you like your rock in the vein of AC/DC or Guns and Roses or you like great sleaze rock. Hell even if you just liked their amazing debut. Then this one will be no disapointment as it picks up where the last one left off, but takes it to new melodic highs. Yes the band has taken the next step in their musical evolution and their songs have matured. They're still raw, but so much more melodic now. "Ton Of Lead" is the best guitar groove in years. What a killer tune! What a killer disc!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 22, 2009 at 0:53
Didn't like this one nearly as much as the debut. The sound is even more modern-rock, and the songs just aren't there. The first five tracks are good, as is "Straight To Hell," but that's really about it.

From: erik Date: April 30, 2009 at 10:36
This has nothing to do with AC/DC. Modern sleaze rock is a better description. And melodic ?......

From: Buitre Date: May 15, 2013 at 10:27
When I first heard it I didn't like this one at all but after a few listenings I have to admnit that it'a a sleazy raw punch in the face. I haven't heard their first release so I can't compare (something most of you do) but if I find it I'll go for it.


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