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Artist: GUN

Title: Popkiller

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Townsend Records

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Personnel

Toby Jepson Vocals
Giuliano Gizzi Guitar
Dante Gizzi Bass
Gordon McNeil Drums

Tracks

1.  Let Your Hair Down  
2.  Seraphina  
3.  Popkiller  
4.  Ripping Up The Letters  
5.  The Only  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: February 10, 2010 at 20:31
More like 'Earkiller'. Jepson should return to the Little Angels where being awful was just the way the band sounded. There is no need to spread how bad the Little Angels were into GUN's catalogue. They already killed us with the s/t disc... I think it's time to just let the band Gun rest in peace. Please. This is just awful modern pop rock, or something. I'm not even sure. It has nothing in common with the first 3 excellent Gun CDs though.

From: CC Date: February 27, 2011 at 13:11
While I wouldnt go as far as Geoffers, this certainly isnt a patch on albums 1-3. I dont think it has anything to do with Jepson as at points he actually sounds like Mark Rankin, I think its that the band has forgotten about their loyal fanbase, just as they did on that awful phone number album. I will say though that overall this isnt that bad as a pop rock release, its just not Gun (hell one of the songs sounds like Common people by Pulp). Gun really need to get back to the classic sound of the first two albums, or the crossover sound that made them a big name in the UK of the third album.

From: erik Date: September 21, 2011 at 14:52
First of all CC you cant be serious in saying Jepson sound similar to Mark. Mark Rankin has one of THE rock voices around. Jepson doesnot even come close. No comparrison. No match. And yep this is truly awfull. Has nothing to do with the GUN band as we all grown to love it. Least i did. PS Check out the song Stay Forever (early ) GUN. Killer song thats not on any album. Mark voice shines in that song as wonderfull as always. Band that should have been big.


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