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Artist: Schoolboy Crush

Title: Good Time, Bad Boys

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Schoolboy Crush Good Time, Bad Boys Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Suncity Records (Australia)

Catalog Number: SR002

Personnel

Don St. Thomas lead and backing vocals
Mark Lieberman electric and acoustic guitars
Jeff Ellison bass
Rusty Scutt drums

Tracks

1.  Sleepless Nights     Listen
2.  Such a Waste     Listen
3.  Calling Out     Listen
4.  Bad Bitch     Listen
5.  Without You     Listen
6.  I Pledge My Allegiance     Listen
7.  Until     Listen
8.  Name Your Poison     Listen
9.  Reap the Whirlwind     Listen
10.  At the Altar     Listen
11.  To Your Knees bonus track     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: September 20, 2005 at 19:36
Unfortunately this is not as good as the debut by any stretch. The band is a lot heavier and the songs are pretty much all straight ahead hard rock, with even some metal influences towards the end. Most the songs, especially the last few are good solid hard rockers, but I'm finding that only the ballad, 'Without you' really holds my attention and that track is by far the highlight. Great song. Another great Suncity product, but not my fave album ever. Not bad either though.

From: the game Date: January 15, 2006 at 12:59
Very average hard rock on this release. I would have to agree with Geoff's comments. This is not as good as the debut. The best songs IMO are Such A Waste and To Your Knees which is really stretching it. The rest of the songs are below average and fillers at best. Not a must in your collection. Nice try on this one from Suncity and Dave. Rated 5/10 for packaging and the 2 songs mentioned.

From: andi Date: March 25, 2012 at 14:52
Very great Melodic Metal..of cause itīs a little harder than the first Album but itīs also great!!!Not for Bon Jovi Fans....lol.....Similar to Britny Fox meets harder Dokken!!


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