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Artist: Axminster

Title: Axminster

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1989

Label: GB Music

Catalog Number: GB 1006


Steve Sera lead vocals, guitar
Peter Skaltis guitar, bass
Benny Farentino guitar
Mike Mosca guitar
Danny Callan bass
Jeff Callan bass
Mike Lamm drums
Greg Michalowski drums


1.  All Tied Up  3:07
2.  Only a Stranger  3:40
3.  Love's for Suckers  3:34
4.  Life's a Knockout  3:22
5.  Hold Me Closer  4:25
6.  Shame  2:18
7.  Eye on You  4:14
8.  Crack 'n a Shotgun  3:06
9.  Teenage Livin'  3:13
10.  Dirty Magazines  3:33
11.  She Got Money  4:07
12.  Rock 'n Roll Infection  3:05
13.  Hidden Track  4:55
Total Running Time:  46:39

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From: Rycheage Date: July 20, 2003 at 18:38
What can I say, this is pretty good! Full on balls to the wall cock rock with totally over the top music, guitars and vocals and totally sexist lyrics. A tip of the hat to the glory days of MTV and Twisted Sister film clips. Given the tracks vary in age, there is a little sound difference across the album, but the production is fairly consistent. For those who miss the heyday of Manowar, Axe and Judas Priest.

From: Nick C Date: April 19, 2005 at 16:18
Rycheage is pretty much spot on with his description. Some of the lyrics are pretty funny .. whether they are done tongue in cheek I dunno! I only bought it as it was cheap(ish) and although it doesn't get loads of spins back home it's not a bad release. Like the band...love the carpets!!!!

From: ROBERT Date: April 19, 2005 at 19:22
¿os podeis creer q este disco lo tengo por ahi dd ace la tira y practicamente ni lo e oido? es d 1989 por lo tanto hay q darle la maxima importancia y atencion, pokitos muy pokitos discos d AOR me han defraudado d ese año y tengo unos cuantos... Saludos Cordiales dd Barcelona, la cuna del AOR EUROPEO!!! Por lo menos....

From: rbrigade Date: March 1, 2008 at 18:04
This was a big surprise! Half of the songs deliver great balsy hard rock with edge. The vocals are top. Some of the songs have some saxes reminding Aerosmith (which I didn't really like). Still the straight rockers take me to hard rock paradise. There's a lot of rock 'n roll rhythm in here, some tracks will even please Motorhead fans, hehe! And there's a fantastic semi ballad melodic masterpiece called Hold me closer! I wish I had more stuff of them....8/10

From: elljam Date: February 25, 2012 at 4:49
Wasn't expecting too much from this but I really enjoyed it & it improved with every play. It has a late 1970's US hard rock feel with some great straight ahead rockers that remind me of Starz & some more groove & swagger style tracks similar to what Aerosmith were doing at the time. Loads of great choruses & my personal highlights are "Dirty Magazines", "She got money", "Shame" & "All tied up". Well worth a listen for any straight-up hard rock fan.

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