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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Beast Records Ltd.
Catalog Number: BTDCD1
Pete Franklin lead vocals, rhythm guitar|
Tony Newton bass, backing vocals
Barry Fitzgibbon lead guitar, backing vocals
Dave Cavill drums, percussion
|1. ||Nothing to Lose |
|2. ||Cry Out |
|3. ||Dividing Line |
|4. ||Too Scared to Run |
|5. ||Promised Land |
|6. ||In the Name of the Law |
|7. ||Call of the Wild |
|8. ||I Am the One |
|9. ||I'm No Angel |
|10. ||Facing the Enemy |
|11. ||Ruled By the Gun |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: M. Allen
||Date: December 20, 2003 at 19:57|
|Aggressive, hard-hitting melodic-power-metal at its best. These guys unleash a ultra-cool dose of massive guitars, thunderous power-chords, shout-it-out vocals, & anthemic choruses guaranteed to get your fist pumping faster'n a 7-day bout of celibacy. Crank this one up & watch all the AOR fans run for cover like a Vietnam vet on a bad flashback. So if you're jonesin' for some real metal, DIRTY DEEDS has the fix you need.
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: December 20, 2003 at 23:23|
|Well I'll be damned! M.Allen and I are actually in TOTAL agreement here! Dirty Deeds kick major ass! If you like your rock on the harder,melodic metal side, then these guys will definitely be your cup of tea. Harder than your average "hair" bands, but not quite as hard as say Judas Priest or Helloween in my opinion. These guys have a very NWOBHM feel to them.....good stuff! Love their second release as well! Check 'em out!
||Date: February 1, 2005 at 0:46|
|Now this is the type of band I've been waiting for!!! Just straight ahead razor sharp power metal with no cheesy love lyrics or annoying lyrics about warriors and medieval castles. Straight ahead no-frills melodic metal at it's best. Man, this album just SHREDS!!!!
||Date: February 1, 2005 at 6:55|
|I agree with all the comments above!! Deeds kicks major ass,the air guitars run wild on this one great band, thier other cd is top notch ass well do yourself a big favor and add this to your metal collection!!
||Date: March 4, 2005 at 17:28|
|Well, I'm not going to ruin the flow of the comments here. This is very good, well-played havy rock. I guess a very distant comparison might be Crystal Ball. But what you have here is a pretty decent sized collection of hard hitting, huge chorused hard rock tracks. 'Dividing line' and the last track are two of my faves, but overall pretty damn fine.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: April 22, 2011 at 23:10|
|Great album!!!...solid hard rocking tracks backed with a good vocalist(Pete Franklin)..."Nothing To Lose","Promised Land","In The Name Of The Law","Call Of The Wild" & "Facing The Enemy" are really smokin' songs!!!...highly recommended album...94/100
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