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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Chavis Records

Catalog Number: CR0023

Average Rating: 42 / 100 (7 ratings)

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Personnel
Marq Torien vocals, guitar
Rob Lane bass
Ryche Green drums
Tory Stoffregen guitar
Tracks
1.  Asteroid  
2.  Blessed By Your Touch  
3.  Born To Breed  
4.  Bringing Home The Gun  
5.  Girls Kissin' Girls  
6.  Jenna Star  
7.  Road To Nowhere  
8.  Save The World  
9.  Wasted  
10.  Witness  

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From: WookieEnthal Date: August 5, 2009 at 21:27
I have only heard "Road To Nowhere", or I should say I heard the first 10 seconds of it anyway before I quickly hit the stop button. If the rest of the disc sounds like that then that song REALLY applies...wayyyyy too modern for me and quite a shame because I like (used to anyway) the Bulletboys.

From: ninjapeter Date: September 17, 2009 at 6:19
These guys are the perfect example of sell out because this is alternative/punk but someone forgot to tell them that punk is dead again. When will these bands learn to stick with what their fans know them for because the new generation won't give an old band a chance. Duh !!!

From: CC Date: October 20, 2009 at 20:10
I tend to be more open minded than some on here as I do like quite a bit of modern stuff, and while I certainly didnt expect a return to the classic sound, I was hoping for something at least half decent. Sadly I didnt get that. I like Torien, and he can still perform live, but boy this is not one of his finest pieces of work. Fair enough he wants to experiment and try other styles, but he shouldnt do that under the Bulletboys banner. I think he should have released this as a solo album, not because he is the only original left, but because the music just has very little to connect it to the BB back catalogue. And hey, unlike many, I thought Sophie was a cool album, so as you can tell, I am not being nasty just for the sake of it.

From: hair metal again Date: July 13, 2010 at 0:50
new release by the BULLETBOYS and unfortunately this is far from the sound and the attitude of their early days.there is no doubt that they shouldn t do that and return to their roots.i f you get over this you have an energetic rock release with great guitars by torry and some good songs like "jenna star"."witness".waiting for their next step


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