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Artist: Swingin' Thing

Title: The Black List

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 2009

Label: Demon Doll Records

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Personnel

Chris Penketh Guitars, Vocals
Henry Kelly Bass
Mike Penketh Drums
Paul E. Bardot Vocals
Sunny Phillips Guitars, Vocals

Tracks

1.  Supersonic  
2.  All That Glitters  
3.  D.I.Y.  
4.  Do You Feel Alright  
5.  I Got A Right  
6.  1994  
7.  No Fear  
8.  Life's A Whore  
9.  Stamp Out Reality  
10.  All For The Love Of Rock 'N' Roll  
11.  Pills  
12.  Manic Meltdown  
13.  No Fear Vocals by Chris Penketh  
14.  Life's A Whore Vocals by Chris Penketh  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: February 10, 2010 at 20:16
Cool disc... if you like punk. Which I don't. So in actual fact it sucked dog balls. lol. Seriously disappointed with this CD. If you liked either their debut or The Things CD, don't expect this to sound anything like either, even if there are a few songs on here that appeared on The Things disc. To me this was more punk than glam/sleaze rock. Not recommended.

From: SunsetHoliday Date: December 3, 2021 at 8:55
As with most bands, Swinginí Thingís sound changed and matured as they grew as musicians. For ST, they gradually got punkier as time went on, until they (minus Paul Bardot) eventually formed the completely punk group Faceplant after ST broke up. This album is comprised of songs they recorded while signed to Hollywood records before they were dropped, and itís a departure from their previous sound for sure. If you're looking for party rock and ballads, you wonít find them here. Thatís not to say that they're completely unrecognizable though; previous fans should enjoy tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, and 10 which are classic ST with a harder edge. Tracks 6, 7, 8, and 11 show them flexing their punk muscles, and the rest fall somewhere in the middle. The Chris Penketh vocal tracks are fun additions, but I doubt anyone would mind if they were excluded. If punk isn't your thing, this can probably be skipped. For those with an open mind though, there's still a lot to like here! My rating is a 75/100


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