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Artist: Mars Electric

Title: Fame Among The Vulgar

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Category: Modern Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Atenzia Records

Catalog Number: 02018

Personnel

Jacob Bunton vocals
Chris Simmons guitars
Carl Ray Hopper bass
Matt Finn drums

Tracks

1.  Bemused  
2.  Disco King  
3.  Queen of Suffering  
4.  Descend  
5.  Heaven's Gate  
6.  Baby's Got a Brand New Life  
7.  Did I Say Too Much?  
8.  Dancing in the Clouds  
9.  Don't Say Goodbye  
10.  I'm Not Dreaming  

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From: Rycheage Date: July 6, 2003 at 20:51
A very solid an enjoyable album that should rate very highly with all fans of nu-breed and modern rock and might even rate a mention with more traditional melodic rock fans. The material and melodies are certainly strong enough.While I wouldn't recommend his album to anyone that does not have a taste for all things modern, or those that don't like the nu-breed tag, I would recommend it to those that sit on the border, or appreciate something a little different when it is high quality.

From: Hrudet Date: July 26, 2003 at 21:25
The ten tracks span beautiful heartfelt ballads like “Descend” and “Don't Say Goodbye” to in-your-face rock 'n' roll anthems such as “Heaven´s Gate” and what will be the first single from the album “Disco King”!

From: Geoff Date: January 4, 2005 at 20:45
I personally don't think these guys can be labelled 'nu-breed' at all, as this is such traditional melodic rock. I still think the vocalist has a very weak voice, but I'll be f*cked if the song on this album are not great. Heaps better than the debut and every melodic rock fan will find something they like on this one. Hrudet said it well - Awesome ballads, cool hard rockers and I'm a huge fan of the massive 'anthem' 'Disco King'. Good solid CD - maybe drums a little weak?


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