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|From: jason (FA - Q)
||Date: September 21, 2003 at 19:06|
|This album is pretty raw. Jason McMaster (Dangerous Toys) is doing lead vocals, and doing his best to sound like Bon Scott (AC/DC). Paul Lidel formerly of Dirty Looks is on lead guitar, and doing a good job of trying to sound like Angus Young (AC/DC). Over all, this album takes some getting use to. I like alot of the guitar riffs, but some of those lyrics are pretty bad. Best song on this CD is, Trippin' Over A Bone.
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|From: Blue Charvel
||Date: January 8, 2004 at 15:25|
|It's weird hearing a band that truly sounds like they're trying that hard to pick up where Bon Scott's version of AC/DC left off. All the people who think Dirty Looks sound just like AC/DC should hear this instead. I can't say I don't like it...I just have to be in the mood for it. Good music for a drive, cranked up real loud and going real fast.
||Date: March 15, 2005 at 22:50|
|I'm a fan of Dangerous Toys and Dirty Looks, but neither past members can save this, IMO. I can appreciate this kind of stuff from time to time if it's very good, but I must admit I thought this disc was awful. As noted above, AC/DC fans might get something out of it? Also, fans of latter day Cherry Street (After 'Squeeze it dry') should definately give this a go. Very similar to that.
||Date: January 26, 2006 at 13:27|
|When I first heard this, I damn near broke my neck trying to get to the stereo to take it out, because it's some really bad, AC/DC-style, super-simplistic, mega-raw hard rock with Jason McMaster of Dangerous Toys fame channeling the dead ghost (redundency alert!) of Bon Scott. This is awful stuff, maybe even worse than fingernails on a chalkboard. AC/DC is a classic rock & roll band and most of their albums are worth owning, but clones like this are about as much fun as a kick in the teeth...
|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: January 30, 2006 at 21:23|
|Just checked out a couple of tunes on their web site and now I think I may have to hunt down some Broken Teeth CDs. Yea, they basically pick up where Bon-era AC/DC left off, but that's just fine with me! This was a nice surprise considering how awful the last couple of Dangerous Toys CDs were... Jason McMaster is still THE MAN!
||Date: October 27, 2006 at 9:53|
|I can't beleive the comments about this cd you people are so full of yourself judging this cd, you beter stick to your AOR music.For people that don't know this cd don't listen to these comments, this is in your face sleeze rock at its best.They go on about AC/DC. If Mr. Scott was still alive he be so proud of Jason Mcmaster. This cd should be in any hard rock fan collection I gave it a perfect 10 what a classic it will be some day and you people will no what a mistake you made Judging it.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 11, 2009 at 1:07|
|Not bad, not bad. The production isn't that great, with the guitars being pretty far back in the mix, and kinda quiet sounding (reminds me of the first Rhino Bucket album), but there are some good songs. "She's Gonna Blow" is maybe the best song they ever did, adn "Stick It In" and "Trippin' Over A Bone" are good as well. The backing vocals sound kinda weird, though, and some of the songs just don't really stick, at least for me. "Undertaker" is a dumb wrestling-inspired song (lyricall--musically it rocks), and "Who Turned Out The Lights" is an ass-dragging slow-blues number. I like the second album better.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 26, 2013 at 8:29|
|Four of these songs got re-recorded for the Electric CD, but I think I like this version of 'She's Gonna Blow" just a hair better. The Electric version is louder, but the original has more of a shake to it, just an indefinable groove.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: September 30, 2013 at 3:46|
|i totally agree with Helix s comment above!BROKEN TEETH is an all star band and this one is kick ass hard rockin music with riffs,rusty vocs and much attitude!all the songs are remarkable ,but there isnt the big song that could push things further!for fans of hard rock music this one is essential
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