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Artist: The Big F

Title: The Big F

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1989

Label: Elektra Records

Catalog Number: 960 886-2

Personnel

John Crawford bass, vocals
Rob Brill drums
Mark Christian guitar

Tracks

1.  Killing Time  6:43
2.  Kill the Cowboy  5:33
3.  Why  6:28
4.  Here's the Good Life  5:44
5.  Doctor Vine  5:29
6.  Power Pig  4:41
7.  Monkey Boy  4:51
8.  Alpert Tango  4:28
9.  Biz About Brains  6:17
10.  Good God live  6:12
  
Total Running Time:  56:26

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From: sylvain Date: May 12, 2003 at 14:38
wiilllllld!!!all rock fans should to listen this masterpiece. This band kills, the guitar player is mad and so creative, the drummer a monster and so technical...how a band like this can stay unknown, there's no justice! What are they doing now? Definitly this album is a monument in rock history

From: P.C. Date: May 15, 2003 at 19:32
I bought it becasue i saw it in old MetalHammer Magazine . Total noisy shit . I donīt understand who can liked this disharmonic unmelodic waste . BUY it and .........DESTROY it !!!

From: sylvain Date: May 24, 2003 at 16:02
I bought it and I love it

From: Al Date: November 20, 2003 at 9:29
I purchased this album when it first came out '89. One of the best albums of it's time. Started out a small garage band, small and tight. Wish they would put something out after all these years to shake things up a bit.

From: Kip Date: August 26, 2004 at 13:57
Dr. Vine is a standout track here.

From: Stinky Bottoms Date: February 14, 2005 at 8:41
Had this album since it came out, and I agree with the previous posts -- how on earth did this band remain relatively unknown? Great stuff, through and through. Sounds a lot like a non-nonsense forerunner to that so-called grunge stuff (imagine a noisier version of Soundgarden, and you're close).

From: Leykis101 Date: November 29, 2005 at 2:00
Well I also had this cd, they did a killer cover of Kick Out The Jams, on Elektras Rubyiant 40th Anniversary CD, I was sold, everybody acts like these guys were nobodys that had an undiscovered band, that was their whole gimmick! seeing that It's John Crawford, and Rob Brill 2 original members of Berlin, I don't think this was a bunch of no names, very different type of rock, raw, and natural, and the 100% opposite of Berlin, a Kick ass Cd if I do say so.

From: headbanger4life Date: January 10, 2006 at 5:18
This one seemed like average hard rock (ala AC/DC or Jackyl style) to me. The vocalist at times reminded me of the lead singer from Soundgarden. A lot of mixed comments on this. I guess you either love it or hate it.


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