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Artist: Rhino Bucket

Title: Get Used To It

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: Reprise

Catalog Number: ?

Personnel

Georg Dolivo lead vocals, guitar
Greg Fields guitar
Reeve Downes bass
Liam Jason drums
"Ride With Yourself" was featured on the soundtrack to the 1992 hit comedy "Wayne's World."

Tracks

1.  Beat To Death Like A Dog  
2.  No Friend Of Mine  
3.  Hey There  
4.  The Devil Sent You  
5.  This Ain't Heaven  
6.  She's A Screamer  
7.  Bar Time  
8.  Burn The World  
9.  Ride With Yourself  
10.  Scratch N' Sniff  
11.  Stomp  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Chad Date: July 8, 2004 at 1:59
Not as good as the 1st release but still a rockin' cd. If you still want to compare these guys to AC/DC, go ahead. The songs are not as good but they are NOT AC/DC, as there is only one Angus Young.If you want to compare these guys to a good Rock and Roll band, you are looking at some good tunes and some good drinking music. It is definately worthy of listening to while jacking a few around a campfire or on your deck. Pick this one up AFTER you find the 1st release. You'll appreciate it then

From: Desslar Date: July 9, 2004 at 5:16
Great album. On some tracks it is almost impossible to tell this band apart from AC/DC, although other songs are quite average.

From: Bass God Date: July 27, 2004 at 10:07
These guys rock and they obviously LIKE how old AC/DC sounded so they wrote songs just like them. Kick Ass guys!!! Who made up ther rule that you had to be original to be good!!! Kingdom Comes first album just plain kicks ass! - Screw the comparisons!!!

From: Fizz Date: July 30, 2004 at 1:59
Of the three Rhino Bucket albums, this would be my favorite. It's not such an AC/DC clone as the debut, as it's a bit heavier, but it doesn't deviate from the sound as much as Pain. The Fizz Picks: "Beat to Death Like a Dog," "Burn The World," "Ride With Yourself," and the obvious highlight "Hey there! I don't care if you stay here!"

From: Geoff Date: September 22, 2004 at 1:03
Refer to comments about debut, which I feel this album is just an extension of. IMO, boring, eventless and uninspired hard rock with no hooks or reasons for listening... IMO. I feel sorry for them being noted in my mood now. I'll stop now.

From: puckster Date: January 19, 2005 at 12:57
This is by far the best CD in the history of Rock and Roll. How these guy's never became mega-superstars is a mystery to me!

From: aoreus Date: July 19, 2006 at 8:01
maybe the best ridin' HARD ROCK cd ever- so what they sound like AC/DC? - what to say those who aren't in for this kind of music about all the 80's and 90's bands: all sound the same - I say: just enjoy listening - some AC/DC clones(?) let them say - so fuckin' what: Krokus, Kix, X-Sinner, Dirty Looks, Jackyl, Nevada Beach, Jackyl, Kings Of The Sun, Cinderella maybe somehow Little Caesar, Circus Of Power, Junkyard and many others - take a guitar in your hands, try to play some riffs and you'll s

From: aoreus Date: July 19, 2006 at 8:02
maybe the best ridin' HARD ROCK cd ever- so what they sound like AC/DC? - what to say those who aren't in for this kind of music about all the 80's and 90's bands: all sound the same - I say: just enjoy listening - some AC/DC clones(?) let them say - so fuckin' what: Krokus, Kix, X-Sinner, Dirty Looks, Jackyl, Nevada Beach, Jackyl, Kings Of The Sun, Cinderella maybe somehow Little Caesar, Circus Of Power, Junkyard and many others - take a guitar in your hands, try to play some riffs and you'll s

From: aoreus Date: July 19, 2006 at 8:04
see how easy blues turns into HARD ROCK - then call it sleaze, southern, ... it doesn't matter ...

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 14, 2009 at 2:56
A huge improvement in sound quality over the desperately-in-need-of-remastering debut. Still got that stripped-down, vintage feel, but now it sounds like the microphones were actually in the same room as the band. As everybody loves to point out, Rhino Bucket sounds closer to classic AC/DC than just about anybody except Broken Teeth, but I've always felt the Bucket were a bit meaner, angrier, more sarcastic, than AC/DC. No real stinkers on the disc, as it's probably my favorite Bucket release. Favorites: "Beat To Death Like A Dog," the surprisinglymelodic "No Friend of Mine," "This Ain't Heaven," "She's a Screamer," and possibly their best song ever, the totally awesome "Hey There!"

From: pie75 Date: August 5, 2010 at 4:31
not as good as the first disc for mine but awfully close never heard broken teeth doghouse i'll have to give them a go and let you know what i think but as for this beat to death like a dog,no friend of mine,hey there,this aint heaven,bar time and ride with yourself are just great can't stress enough how big these guys should've been

From: metalmaniac777 Date: April 13, 2011 at 11:21
Everyone acknowledges the AC/DC attributes when discussing Rhino Bucket, but that's because there's no escaping the fact that they sound so much alike. That said, while the two bands are similar beasts, they are not exactly identical twins, because Rhino Bucket sports a meaner, slightly heavier edge. Anyone who enjoys Johnny Crash, Broken Teeth, Jackyl, etc. should definitely get this CD and get used to having it stuck in their player...anyone who doesn't care for raw, stripped-down, beer-slugging hard rock should probably seek their musical entertainment elsewhere. Not a fantastic CD by any stretch of the imagination, but like the plain girl at the end of the bar on a lonely Saturday night, good enough to take out for a quick, no-frills spin once in awhile.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 23, 2012 at 22:42
Probably the band learned the lesson and got into a more personal identity type of music and put apart a bit(not to say quite a lot) the AC/CD cloning aside(even vocally Dolivo changed the tone of his voice)...some songs are good such as "No Friend Of Mine","Hey There","The Devil Sent You","Burn The World","Ride With Yourself" & "Scratch N' Sniff"...try this one instead of the first album if you wanna hear a "different band" even though the first album got one point extra over this rate ...85/100

From: hair metal again Date: January 2, 2013 at 9:00
very good hard rock release from RHINO BUCKET if you re into the ACDC style !those guys know exactly how they want to sound and they know how to set up good rockers and finally to me is important that they re still faithful to their roots and they keep on doin the same thing!straight ,guitar driven hard rock with fine songs like "beat to death like a dog","this aint heaven","ride with your self".enjoyable release !


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