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Artist: Flesh

Title: Flesh

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Flesh Flesh Album Cover


Category: Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Blud Brutha Music/EMI

Catalog Number: CBI-1300-2


Paulo Bettencourt lead vocals
Gonga drums
Markus guitar
Stephen Powell bass, vocals

Nuno Bettencourt producer


1.  Dancehard  
2.  Weight of the World  
3.  Don't Know Love  
4.  Who Can Love You  
5.  I Miss My Baby  
6.  Sexxx  
7.  Makin' Money  
8.  You Know What to Do  
9.  Think Too Much  
10.  The Almighty Man  
11.  Jam  
12.  Into My Skin  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM Date: January 19, 2003 at 21:26
Definate Extreme influence but hints of other groups.

From: koogles Date: January 27, 2003 at 1:53
Given the lack of incentive for indie hard rock bands in '94, this CD shows great sportsmanship! These guys stick to the original Extreme formula more so than even Gary Cherone and Nuno did by the mid-90s. Seeing as it was produced by Nuno, that's not entirely a surprise I guess. Well produced, a recommended CD for fans of Sunshine Jive, Electric Boys and Bulletboys.

From: joedolan Date: June 2, 2003 at 12:33
Like Extreme, why not listen to thier little brothers. Better yet, get your hands on the demos of Atunga, the even littler brothers of Extreme, and have a funky rock party. I remember these guys all getting together at the old Livingroom Club in Prov. RI and having a six hour funky metal concert. It was all you could do to keep from dancing ... love it guys, absolutely love it. (i really miss the Livingroom - and the Doctor) - - joedolan@charter.net - lets trade!

From: Trick Taylor Date: June 2, 2003 at 15:27
I went into this looking for EXTREME MARK II, or anything to help me forget music in 2002 (year I bought it). I must say I was slightly disappointed. "Dancehard" is fun but unoriginal. "Jam" is the real attention getter here. Some of the tunes are EXTREME/QUEEN dramatic ballads, ambitious, but a bit boastful for an indie. It just didn't stoke my fire like I had hoped.

From: Reno Date: June 2, 2003 at 19:38
Hey Trick, is this better than Nuno's Schizophonic or Cherones Tribe Of Judah stuff?

From: StephenPowell Date: October 9, 2003 at 0:15
The CD was recorded in a 5 year span. By the time we got an offer to do a CD we were hardly a band and decided to release the best material of it's existence. We finished the last track and it still took another year to get it released. You can hear the different production values of different years. We regained our strength during the time it took us to release it and by that time, Had a whole albums worth of material. I think if we had released that, people would have seen Flesh as we did...

From: KC Date: January 10, 2004 at 18:52

From: retrospect Date: May 12, 2004 at 23:34
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From: cook_jaime Date: August 30, 2005 at 11:08
Excellent disc! Think early Extreme. In the vein of Extreme 1 or even Pornograffitti in places. One of my favorites for sure.

From: MHR Date: October 14, 2010 at 13:38
Cool cd

From: Japangea Date: February 4, 2012 at 1:49
With both Gary and Nuno's brothers.That's why this was produced by Nuno and waslike Exteme in sound very much.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 21, 2012 at 20:39
Yeah is inevitable the Extreme kinda sound of this band and u know why is that but apart from that issue the album sounds at least appealing to our ears or so it did in mine's...tracks 1,4,6,7(catchy),8 & 11 are the best ones IMO...enjoyable stuff...86/100

From: hair metal again Date: February 17, 2014 at 7:14
excellent debut by a band that was hot in the early 90s but managed to release it a couple of years later!of course there is the EXTREME vibe &approach and this shows how good musicians they are!thesongwriting is ok and i think you need to spin this 3 or 4 times in order to get into the songs!not many know that one ,but its worth buying it ,as it has a certain quality and much groove!

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