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Look Like Hell
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Category: Glam/Hard Rock
Label: CNR Records (Belgium)
Catalog Number: 100.090 CD
|Ebay Average Price: $114.66 |
JJ Koster drums|
Chris Van Jaarsveld guitar
Don Van Spall guitars
Ed Jongsma bass
|1. ||Girls Girls, Nasty Nasty ||4:10|
|2. ||Party Animals ||3:32|
|3. ||Hit and Run ||3:18|
|4. ||Warchild ||3:58|
|5. ||Too Wild to Be Innocent ||3:57|
|6. ||Dyin to Live ||4:45|
|7. ||Shame, Shame, Shame ||3:33|
|8. ||Jesse ||3:13|
|9. ||Hot and Heavy... Women ||3:30|
|10. ||Look Like Hell ||5:13|
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|Total Running Time:|| 39:09|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: May 14, 2003 at 12:01|
|umm.. i just got this and was a little disappointed. It's definitely more "glammy" than the 2 follow-ups. The Lyrics are weak and the songwriting just isn't up to par.
||Date: September 14, 2004 at 3:05|
|I'd like to begin by saying I am a huge Sleeze Beez fan. After saying that, I would like to say that a huge part of Sleeze Beez in Andrew Elt, and to me, this CD is not the real Sleeze Beez. The original yes, but pretty trashy. The songs are all throw-away and completely forgettable, the vocals are HORRIBLE, and the CD is just plain bad. Start your Sleeze Beez listenings with 'Screwed...'
||Date: October 13, 2004 at 5:55|
|I think this record is pretty good. I'm looking for it over the last years but it's hard to find on CD.
|From: speed demon
||Date: March 29, 2006 at 17:27|
|Sleeze Beez, hard rockin, foot stomping, great rock n roll but not this one folks. As Geoff states above the vocals are TERRIBLE!I paid big bucks for it and shed big tears when it arrived! Save your money and go to the next Sleeze Beez album. The BEST from Sleeze Beez was yet to come. Every album after this one is a MUST have for your collection.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: August 3, 2007 at 10:36|
|Cierto muchachos, El siguiente album de Sleeze Beez es el mejor de ellos y que en éste album el voceras no es de los tan buenos pero tampoco está para mandarlo al tacho, al menos hay temas sucios y callejeros de buen HardRock que se deja escuchar, por ejemplo el Tema-Título, "Girls Girls, Nasty Nasty" o "Party Animals" buenos como para Rockear bien. "Dying to Live" y "Jesse" nada mal. Está en algo ehh. 7.5/10
||Date: July 12, 2009 at 1:35|
|I don't know why but the vocals on this album work for me...they aren't horrible, just different. It's a pretty decent record so if you have all the other releases you should get this one as well.
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