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NO RESPECT - No Respect - No Respect / 13 Song Import - CD - *Mint Condition*
NO RESPECT - No Respect - No Respect / 13 Song Import - CD - *Mint Condition*
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No Respect

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1989

Label: Metal Mayhem Music

Catalog Number: MMM00016

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (9 ratings)

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Personnel
Jason Monroe vocals
Nick Holmes guitar, background vocals
John Inman guitar, background vocals
John Vaughan bass, background vocals
Todd Hughes drums

Originally released in 1989 and reissued in 2001.
Tracks
1.  Here to Stay  
2.  Gravedancers  
3.  At My Worst  
4.  Parallel  
5.  Over and Over  
6.  Tell Me Why  
7.  Don't Give a Damn  
8.  Whose Life Is It?  
9.  Those Were the Days  
10.  Shot Me Down  
11.  Let Yourself Go  
12.  Dry Your Eyes  
13.  What's Your High?  

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From: Jay in Jersey Date: October 31, 2002 at 22:10
Good CD, Not Great. The kind of remind me of a poor mans Skid Row.

From: Michael Date: January 25, 2003 at 20:13
Good CD with cool packaging. Fans of the hairbands should pick it up. Raw stuff like "Skid Row".....

From: DOH!-Boy Date: May 10, 2003 at 15:52
This CD was released in 2000, not 1989......had this band been around in '89 they would have been HUGE!!

From: Silky Date: June 16, 2003 at 1:18
This CD was originally released in 1989. It was reissued in 2001.

From: David Date: June 16, 2003 at 5:16
This cd was originally called "The American Dream" which was released in 1989 and had only the first 8 tracks on it then Metal Mayhem re-issued it in 2001 with 5 bonus tracks.

From: Knot!-Hed. Date: June 26, 2003 at 20:32
NOPE! The 8 song ("American Dream") CD was recorded and released in 1994. I have that CD! Look at the date.....The Self-Titled Metal Mayhem Release came out in 2001. It is primarily the "American Dream" CD with 5 Extra Tracks and new packaging. Cool CD regardless. Anyone that's interested in the band can find additional info on them at the following sites that I've come across: www.johninman.com (gtr.) www.supercellonline.com www.mp3.com/drivernine They are all doing different styles now.

From: Jason Date: July 16, 2003 at 17:44
How strange to stumble across a discussion thread about our old CD...glad people out there seemed to like it. Yes...you are right, we'd woulda been huge had we all been born 10 years earlier. Go check the new band SUPERCELL. www.supercellonline.com It's Todd, Nick and Jason from No Respect throwing down their best songs to date. Jason, SUPERCELL (formerly of No Respect)

From: Hardline Admin Date: December 3, 2003 at 15:15
No Respect are one of the best Bands that have ever come into my CD Player and uts a shame they didnt get more attention, I still play their CD each and every day, for years now !!!!!!!!! I also made a link to some music of them on my Hardline messageboard at www.HardlineRocks.com in the " Hardrock and Glamzone " Part of that board !!! I'll definitely check out Supercell !!!!!!!!!! And a short comment to Jay in Jersey who wrote the first comment here : Man, Skid Row would've been lucky to have e

From: Hardline Admin Date: December 5, 2003 at 16:55
.... ever written such Killer tunes as Tell me why, Gravedancers and others. No Respect are so brilliant and no one realized it in the past. Not knowing No Respect is like walking through life with closed eyes. No Respect are Killer !!!

From: J. Date: December 11, 2003 at 21:26
"NR" was a fun band and I take pride in having been a part of it. Times change and so do styles, etc.....I encourage anyone that followed us to check out some of the websites already mentioned. We are staying busy in our respective bands and still producing (in my opinion) great music. John (bassist, "NR"). Hit www.totemband.com or www.aschere.org to hear what I'm currently involved with.

From: Rycheage Date: February 13, 2004 at 0:14
Hard driving 80s melodic metal Crunchy guitars and powerful soaring vocals are what No Respect are all about. This cd rocks from the first track to the last.

From: Jason Date: March 31, 2004 at 13:33
SUPERCELL has released a new record called "Generation of the Numb". Go to (www.supercellonline.com) to preview the tracks.

From: Geoff Date: May 25, 2004 at 3:55
I can't wait to check out Supercell now, I must say. IMO, this is in the top 5 sleaze metal releases of all time. With doses of Sven Gali, Skid Row and Vain one asks how the f*ck you could go wrong?! And one answers, you can't! Just check out No Respect for proof. Absolute killer CD and as I say, one of the bst of the genre. Too many amazing songs to pinpoint too...

From: monk Date: October 16, 2004 at 8:44
EXCELLENT! if you like hard rock/sleaze this cd is a must. the more you listen the better it gets. all killers no fillers.

From: z4roxx Date: January 27, 2005 at 13:24
Not many times I've heard an awesome kick ass cd as this one,Wow!!What a fucking masterpiece!!!!!!!I have the orig.of 1994,but I think the bonus should be great,anyone could you tell how sound the bonus,if they are in the vein as other tracks,I'll buy also the reissue!!ahaha!!W NO RESPECT!!!!!!

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: September 6, 2007 at 2:54
good CD 90'S SLEAZE/HAIR METAL 81/100 HEAVY GUITARS ,powerful VOCALS & some GRUNGY elements from time to time ! If you like SVEN GALI/SLAM ST JOAN/SKID ROW/WILDSIDE/SAIGON KICK/EVERY MOTHER NIGHTMARE/KIK TRACEE/VAIN/SHOTGUN MESSIAH/lateBAD MOON RISING/HEAVENS EDGE/THE SCREAM etc... BEST TRACKS/ here to stay /whose life is it?/shot me down

From: the rocker Date: May 12, 2008 at 15:24
i would say this is a cross between dangerous toys and every mothers nightmare . i don't see the skid row comparison.

From: andi Date: March 20, 2011 at 16:16
SKID ROW IS IN THE BAND BUT THE BAND IS NOT BADER THAN SKID ROW!!I THINK THEY ARE MUCH BETTER THAN SKID ROW!!

From: hair metal again Date: September 9, 2014 at 2:52
cool band and a pretty good debut for hair metallers NO RESPECT!hard rockin &heavy,lots of attitude,exceptional guitar riffs and many good songs by those guys in the same vein like PARIAH,DANGEROUS TOYS ,SKID ROW !the only problem is that they should have released some more commercial songs that would make the whole thing more complete!overall a great indie though


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