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Label: The End Records
Catalog Number: TE312-2
|1.||Hallelujah Rock N' Roll||3:27|
|2.||Go Baby Go||3:38|
|5.||Let The Good Times Roll||3:55|
|6.||Help||4:27||Cover: The Beatles|
|7.||Better Than Sex||4:17|
|11.||Live Ma Life||3:58|
|Total Running Time:||45:22|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 6, 2013 at 16:08|
|Their back!!!...ok,the guys have that "AC/DC" sticker all over but what a way to sound like a band but at the same time they sound unique..."Hallelujah Rock'N'Roll","Go Baby Go","Rattlesnake Rumble","Let The Good Times Roll"(catchy),"Better Than Sex"(catchy),"Dog Song" & "Hardrocking Man" are my faves in here...recommended...88/100|
|From: Japangea||Date: March 17, 2013 at 4:32|
|Back to the US indoe label? Why? Also why Mandy is in this band? Better than being in Unisonic,though........|
|From: Metal T||Date: March 23, 2013 at 15:08|
|Marc Storace said they were going for a very raw,dirty sound on this one and thats what it sounds like.Very basic streamline-AC/DC kinda sound.Good record but the songs dont leave much of an impression like say 'Rock the Block','Hellraiser'-or even 'Hoodoo' did.Marc is actually a helluva singer and i kinda like where they were going on Hellraiser myself,he really got to show off his vocal chops on that album.That said-this one is still worth picking up.|
|From: Axe Slinger||Date: March 23, 2013 at 22:31|
|I'm a big fan of Krokus and love The Blitz and Heart Attack. I, too, liked where they went with Hellraiser. However, I thought Hoodoo was a little "safe" with the simply blues / hard rock chord progressions and Dirty Dynamite went even further into the "safe" zone. This disc sounds like it could have been done, or has been done, about 150 times before. It's not bad, but it's way too stale for a band with the talent that Krokus has.|
|From: MetalPete1031||Date: July 18, 2014 at 13:25|
|This is the album AC/DC made after Highway to Hell. There is accidentally a Krokus label on the cover, is all. If you like Highway to Hell you should play this record right after it. Much better than Hoodoo AND Rock the Block. Not quite as intriguing as Hellraiser, (there's no "Spirit of the Night" throwback slammer on here), but very fine stomp your feet and play air guitar boogie rock. I like it very much--but the cover of HELP is another misfire, just like Born to Be Wild was. Maybe they should cover a really different kinda tune, like 'Sky Pilot' or something! If they cover Purple Haze I will stop listening to them altogether. Come on, guys...|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: July 24, 2014 at 16:19|
|The song "Rattlesnake Rumble" has one of those riffs that your guitar teacher might have taught you early on when you were a kid. But there's just something about that song--title, and the way it perfectly sums up the groove and swagger and shake of that riff--that makes me smile and start unconsciously moving my ass in my chair. Completely irresistible, and meant to be played LOUD!|
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