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Artist: Sleeze Beez

Title: Live In Tokyo

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Sleeze Beez Live In Tokyo Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Red Bullet

Catalog Number: RB 66.108


Andrew Elt vocals, acoustic guitar
Don Van Spall guitars
Chriz Van Jaarsveld guitars
Ed Jongsma bass
Jan Koster drums


1.  Intro/Save Myself  
2.  Tell It To The Judge  
3.  Gun Culture  
4.  Screwed, Blued & Tattooed  
5.  DUI (Intoxicated)  
6.  Rock In The Western World  
7.  House Is On Fire  
8.  Youth Is A State Of Mind  
9.  Hate Rock 'N Roll  
10.  I Don't Wanna Live Without You  
11.  Best Things In Life Are Free  
12.  Heroes Die Young  
13.  Raise A Little Hell  
14.  Don't Talk About Roses  
15.  When The Brains Go To The Balls  
16.  Stranger Than Paradise  

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From: cook_jaime Date: January 28, 2005 at 12:46
The only Sleeze Beez studio album I own is Screwed Blued & Tattooed so I was very happy to see 7 tracks from that album. Soundwise it's great. Elt's voice sound just like it does on the album. 8/10

From: Emilio Lucky Date: March 23, 2005 at 12:20
This album rocks!!! It's like a Beez greatest hits album: all the good stuff is there, and they play it as fast as hell! Raising a little hell indeed! An album full of energy! Makes you wanna party, and get waisted while listening to it! Fuckin' love it!!!!

From: speed demon Date: March 29, 2006 at 17:41
A great live album! They way hard rock was supposed to be played and sung! A lot of music on this one(16 tracks) and well worth the money! I own all of the Sleeze Beez albums and this is a MUST have if your into hard rock, foot stompin, air guitar playing music!!! I recommend all of their stuff EXCEPT the first album(look like hell) It has a different singer and is really bad compared to the rest of what they have done.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 18, 2011 at 17:50
The 3 comments above describe well the feeling this live album delivers...power and energy!!!...the band deserved to be bigger than just to be "another one" but failed on the way to it shamely ...best cuts are "Intro/Save Myself","Tell It To The Judge","Screwed Blued & Tattooed","Hate Rock N' Roll"( ),"Best Things In Life Are Free","Raise A Little Hell","Don't Talk About Roses","When The Brains Go To The Balls" & the AORish "Stranger Than Paradise"...recommended...92/100

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