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The Need to Know
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Centeno Records
Catalog Number: WE-001-2
|Ebay Average Price: $209.50 |
Jack Pemma lead vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar|
Terry Tallerino bass, vocals
Rick Ryan drums, vocals
Javier Sedano rhythm guitars, vocals
|1. ||Don't Lie |
|2. ||Money Talks |
|3. ||Watch How You Step |
|4. ||Love Is Blind |
|5. ||Angel of the Broken Heart |
|6. ||Slow and Easy |
|7. ||My Way |
|8. ||Let Me Be |
|9. ||Don't Make Me Wait |
|10. ||Lonely Nights |
|11. ||The Need to Know |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 11, 2003 at 5:25|
|The dual vocals really destroyed this one for me. I liked the guitars though.
||Date: March 11, 2003 at 5:40|
|This group's first album "Bustin Ass" is ABSOLUTELY KILLER in my eyes... This album (The Need)compared to that of 'Bustin' are like Night And Day really, I'd say it's comparable to what Wildside did After "Under" on their 1995 S/T. Hard Rock/Metal fans should really look into 'Bustin' and act like this one doesn't exist...
||Date: August 28, 2003 at 15:46|
|i want White Eagle / bustin ass..somebody help me get it..
||Date: January 30, 2004 at 20:22|
|Bustin ass.. most definately blows.. the need to know out of the water also Bustin ass has a different vocalist than the need to know..1 of the better indies out there...and yes ..i found an ORIGINAL (finally) and it was well worth the 50 bucks .......
||Date: January 30, 2004 at 21:01|
|Well, you can drag your braggin' ass over to the left and submit it. :P
|From: Levi (Jack)Carr
||Date: August 19, 2004 at 15:29|
|Hey, I used to be the lead vocalist for "White Eagle" before they recorded "Bustin Ass".Dose anyone have an e-mail address where I can get in touch with them? Jack,Terry or Shawn? Like to rap about the good ol days. Thanks: Levi e-mail: LeviSilver7@yahoo.com
||Date: October 4, 2004 at 20:36|
|I didn't know them but I found this on melodicrock.com: "Jack Pemma, the lead singer/guitarist from the US band, White Eagle passed away on August 23...... The cause of death was extremely high sugar levels in his system which was a complication of diabetes. Jack wasn't aware he was diabetic. Sad news - RIP Jack.
||Date: October 13, 2004 at 14:40|
|anyone have this album or any of their other albums email me at email@example.com thanks
||Date: March 9, 2006 at 0:48|
|Jack Pemma doesn't sing on this, does he???!!! The vocals sound completely different (a slight Euro accent?). I'm not really sure what they were trying ot prove with this release. It's "weird", for want of a better word. It's not bad, it's still hard rock, but no one seems to care about the songs anymore. 'Bustin' ass' is full of passion, attitude and excellence. This is safe, boring and totally forgettable. Not bad, just so plain. Get their debut instead.
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