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Mojo Gurus

Mojo Gurus

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: Perris Records

Catalog Number: 13is4me

Average Rating: 38 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Kevin Steele vocals
Stacey Blades guitar
Jeff Vitolo guitar
Tommy Weder drums
Vinnie Granese bass
Tracks
1.  Tiger Lilly  
2.  Strawberry Wine  
3.  Blues for Marryjane  
4.  Mojo Guru  
5.  I Walk Alone  
6.  Rave On  
7.  Magic Carpet Ride  
8.  Baddest Mother Son  
9.  Gotto Move  
10.  Ballad for a Guru  
11.  Come on Into My Kitchen  
12.  Shine a Light/This Little Light of Mine  
13.  Daddy's Farm acoustic bonus track  
14.  Red Rose acoustic bonus track  

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From: Poison Arrow Date: December 27, 2002 at 10:56
I like this one.. it grows on you, even though the production is horrible. Sounds as though Kevin is singing through a cats arse, but perhaps that is intentional. Some good songs though, including the eponymous track. Smoking a joint may be neccessary to really appreciate the album.

From: Date: January 13, 2003 at 22:16
This album is a complete musical departure for the band from thier glam rock past. More organic, bluesy, and trippy. Some songs work some don't, but with such a drastic departure they should've changed the name of the band. This style also continues on thier "smokin' tnt..." CD

From: Dean Dvorak Date: January 13, 2003 at 22:17
This album is a complete musical departure for the band from thier glam rock past. More organic, bluesy, and trippy. Some songs work some don't, but with such a drastic departure they should've changed the name of the band. This style also continues on thier "smokin' tnt..." CD

From: Geoff Date: January 8, 2005 at 18:27
I'm a big fan of Roxx Gang, but this CD could not do less for me even if it decided to grow sensuous fingers and stroke my sensetive places. IMO, it's one of the worst albums I've ever heard right up there with 'Smoke this' and 'Shadow Life'. I'd like to mention 'Belly to Belly' but even that album puts this to shame. Not for those expecting anything slightly related to ANY kind of rock.


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