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Snakepit Rebels

Dustsucker

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 1992

Label: Four Leaf Records (Sweden)

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Average Rating: 69 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
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Tracks
1.  High Heels  
2.  Lay Down Stay Down  
3.  When It's Over  
4.  Penthouse Lover  
5.  Life on Mars  
6.  Precious Dream  
7.  Like a Train in the Night  
8.  Mr. Cool  
9.  Bad Lies  
10.  Spred Some Money  
11.  Bad and Dirty  
12.  Butterfly Woman  
13.  Way Out of the Line  
14.  Voodoo Magic  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: nitrodoll Date: September 8, 2002 at 7:31
i didn't like this album a bit except the bowie cover...i was dissapointed because i really loved their debutdisc...whatever happened with theze guyz? nitrodoll1974@hotmail.com

From: M. Allen Date: September 9, 2002 at 13:25
A rather disappointing follow-up to a great debut. Apparently the band left their songwriting skills gathering dust on the shelf when they went into the studio to record this sophomore album, because it sounds like it was recorded on cruise control, with not much effort or energy given to crafting a cool sound. I can't say it entirely sucks, but it's nothing I can really sink my teeth into either.

From: angry Date: April 9, 2003 at 10:19
Great album.All the songs are well written.

From: Geoff Date: September 19, 2004 at 19:08
Yeah, as the people here say, it's not as good as the debut, but as far as I recall I think it's still a pretty cool CD. Good sleaze hard rock... but the debut's much better.

From: Tomas Date: January 17, 2005 at 22:21
I think this album is shit,their debutalbum is much better,after this they changed name to "Blind system" and became more of a punkband. They made an album called fit for use under that name and then changed name and i belive some members to,they made an album called Urban Jesus under the name New age messiah wich is a mix of punk and hardrock songs,but no sleaze. These 2 albumms are very good but almost impossible to find now. Now they are called snakepit rebels again but only plays covers


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