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Two-Bit Thief

Gangster Rebel Bop

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Category: Sleaze Rock

Year: 1993

Label: We Bite America

Catalog Number: WBA 2-003-2

Average Rating: 70 / 100 (3 ratings)


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Andy A. Anderson Lead & Backing Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Chris Scarparro Bass
Johnny Tempesta Drums
Billy Rowe Rhythm & Slide Guitars

Additional Musicians
1.  On Parole  
2.  Mother Of Misery  
3.  White Trash A Go Go  
4.  Hang 'Em High  
5.  Do You Wanna Dance  
6.  Bible And A Cigarette  
7.  Out Of This Town  
8.  Police Brutality  
9.  Preacher's Son  
10.  One Of The Boys  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: FRATELLO Date: April 6, 2005 at 6:07
Ups, didn't know they have follow up. Anybody heard this?

From: Dean Date: April 6, 2005 at 10:31
A little bit more punky than "Another sad story" but more of the same otherwise. If you like these guys' raunchy style of R and R you'll dig it but it didn't win them any more fans. They signed to a total punk label that really didn't know what the hell to do with guys but but at least they tried. I only have it on tape but wouldn't mind upgrading it to disc.

From: Dean Date: April 6, 2005 at 10:34
Wow- i have this and no idea it was Billy Rowe from Jetboy on there. Anybody know if this is the same Johnny Tempesta from Testament? Think I'll be pulling this out again and giving it another listen.

From: juan carlos Date: July 27, 2010 at 11:38
Yep, you are right Dean, this is more a Rock'n'Roll/Punk/Sleaze album, i prefer "Another Sad Story" than this one but itīs not so boring to consider it bad or the worst thing that iīve ever heard White Trash A Go Go Babee! Rest in Peace my friend! 7/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 8, 2015 at 16:49
Not as aggressive or metallic as Another Sad Story. Instead, at least half of the disc is made up of sloppy and only semi-serious attempts at "roots rock." Songs like "On Parole," "White Trash A Go Go" and the Junkyard-esque "One Of The Boys" could have been on the first album, but others, like "Bible And A Cigarette," and "Preacher's Son" are almost parodies of country music, or what a bunch of punks from the Bay Area think country and rockabilly must sound like without ctually listening to any. Almost every song begins with a dumb, and sometimes long, soundbite--church services, gangster movies, fake radio DJ's. I guess they're going for something "different," trying to create a vibe, but overall, this disc kinda sucks.

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