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Sleeze Beez - Insanity Beach (CD, 1994) Very Rare CD
Sleeze Beez - Insanity Beach (CD, 1994) Very Rare CD
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Sleeze Beez

Insanity Beach

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Red Bullet

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Average Rating: 80 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Personnel
Andrew Elt lead vocals
Chris Van Jaarsveld lead guitar
Jan Koster drums
Don Van Spall guitar
Ed Jongsma bass
Tracks
1.  Tell It To The Judge  
2.  Save Myself  
3.  Gun Culture  
4.  Youth Is A State Of Mind  
5.  D.U.I. (Intoxicated)  
6.  Human Zoo  
7.  Best Things In Life Are Free  
8.  The Long Goodbye  
9.  Sacrifice  
10.  Hate Rock And Roll  
11.  Insanity Beach  
12.  Scream (Encore)  

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From: Kristian Date: July 19, 2003 at 0:44
The first track here is allright, but the rest is below average. Not that the album totally sucks though, 6/10.

From: koogles Date: July 21, 2003 at 10:01
Like Steelheart's "Wait", Tyketto's "Shine" or Skid Row's "Subhuman Feces", this suffers from T(h)ird CD Syndrome. Attempts at updating their sound and acquiring a social conscience means there's less in it for fans of "Screwed" and "Powertool". The Def Leppardisms are all but gone, and with songs like "Gun Culture", the Beez really just shoot themselves in the foot.

From: Sven Date: July 23, 2003 at 3:26
Just like Firehouse's "3", Axxis' "The Big Thrill" and Warrant's "Dog Eat Dog" I quite like this shift in style. Sure, it doesn't have the "polishedness" of the previous albums, and it's quite a bit harder, but there's no denying that songs like "Tell It to the Judge", "Scream" and the power ballad "The Long Goodbye" are prime examples of quality songwriting... OK, there are maybe 3 lesser tracks, but I for one like this album a lot. A shame they called it quits after the live album... 9/10 !!

From: Mike Date: July 30, 2003 at 12:11
I agree with Sven - this CD has some real good songs and the "harder" edge sound does the band well. Screwed,Blued...is still their best, but nothing is wrong with this release. One of the better bands of this genre, they deserved more praise. I would love to see a reunion of sorts, put out some demos, unreleased tracks, covers, NEW tracks, and jump on one of these Rock Never Stops or Poison summer tours. I bet they would draw and sell well.

From: Geoff Date: September 14, 2004 at 3:07
A shame that the commercial / melodic edge of the previous two albums was not as present here, but that said, this is hard rock done extremely well. A killer CD, even if not as good as the previous two. All the rockers are great, but it is the ballad, 'The long goodbye' which steals a tear and makes the whole thing a definate worthwhile effort. Big thumbs up for a killer song, great album and a wonderful band! Good solid stuff.

From: nanda7812 Date: October 20, 2004 at 11:38
good!

From: Morgan Stillo Date: January 7, 2005 at 19:31
Don't like Insanity Beach as much as Screwed or Powertool. Sounds like they lost track somewhere. In the "Screwed-days" they were more energetic, a unit. With thisone they seem to lack what they had before. Maybe because they shared the songwriting or whatever. Not my favorite. Song I like most is the ballad and Save Myself (also because of the guitar solo!). But still a great, hard rocking band!

From: Japangea Date: October 7, 2006 at 8:20
To me,this album is the heavier version of Freak Of Nature.Worth a listen of course.

From: rallen399 Date: November 10, 2010 at 4:52
I think this is their best cd by a nose over Screwed. I like the heavier feel along with the originality and creativeness to the arraingments and of coarse Andrew Elts voice is one of the best in rock imo.94/100.

From: rallen399 Date: November 10, 2010 at 4:52
I think this is their best cd by a nose over Screwed. I like the heavier feel along with the originality and creativeness to the arraingments and of coarse Andrew Elts voice is one of the best in rock imo.94/100.

From: patriotsfan29 Date: August 18, 2012 at 15:52
My favorite Sleeze Beez record. The record is not five-star or anything, but it is enjoyable nonetheless. Loved most of the tracks here, but Tell It To The Judge, The Long Goodbye, Save Myself, Gun Violence and Insanity Beach are the best. Overall, sounds a little different then previous efforts, dropped the gloss and kicked some ass with this.


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