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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Pride & Joy Records
Catalog Number: LA0119
|2.||License To Rock||Listen|
|5.||I Hate Myself For Loving You||Listen|
|7.||3 Fingers Up||Listen|
|8.||Name The Game||Listen|
|9.||Dreaming About You||Listen|
|10.||Made 4 Pleasure||Listen|
|11.||What Will You Do?||Listen|
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|From: CC||Date: September 20, 2019 at 16:01|
|This is such a weird album. The songs, while not necessarly bad, are all over the place stylistically. While there are some very "Vice" sounding songs on this, there is a bunch of songs that stand out like a sore thumb as far as fitting in. The opening track Shitty Shituation is a more modern sounding song even bordering on the outskirts of being a rap song of sorts (think Limp Bizkit rather than NWA). Then there is Fuck U, which has a more punkish feel which kinda reminds me of Brides Of Destruction. The cover of I hate myself for loving you is pretty faithful to the Joan Jett original. And the remake of Made for pleasure from the debut album also has a more modern twist to it, albeit not as over the top as the previously mentioned songs. Overall like all Vice albums, its not an amazing album but it is decent.|
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