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Artist: Broken Teeth

Title: Guilty Pleasure

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Killingbird Records

Catalog Number: NONE

Personnel

Jason McMaster vocals
Paul Lidel guitar
Jared Tuten guitar
Mike Watson bass
Bruce Rivers drums

Tracks

1.  Guilty Pleasure  
2.  Devil Money  
3.  Hangin' by the Skin  
4.  Crashlanding Affair  
5.  Down to the Fire  
6.  Second Hand  
7.  High on Danger  
8.  Shangri-La  
9.  She Dances Evil  
10.  Chaingang  
11.  Happy End  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 11, 2009 at 1:16
The production is a bit punchier on this one, not quite as muted, '70's-sounding. Hell, the guitars are louder at least, and can compete with the drums and bass. Again, extremely AC/DC-based, so you know what you're getting. I think McMaster must've hurt his voice screaming his lungs out on the first two DToys albums, because his voice is a bit different here, more of a yowl, and not particularly tuneful. Oh well, what'd you expect? "High On Danger," "Down To The Fire" and "Shangri-La" all have killer grooves and riffs, and "Hangin' By The Skin" and "Chaingain" are good as well, while "Devil Money" and "Crashlanding Affair" are the fast tunes.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 11, 2009 at 1:16
The production is a bit punchier on this one, not quite as muted, '70's-sounding. Hell, the guitars are louder at least, and can compete with the drums and bass. Again, extremely AC/DC-based, so you know what you're getting. I think McMaster must've hurt his voice screaming his lungs out on the first two DToys albums, because his voice is a bit different here, more of a yowl, and not particularly tuneful. Oh well, what'd you expect? "High On Danger," "Down To The Fire" and "Shangri-La" all have killer grooves and riffs, and "Hangin' By The Skin" and "Chaingain" are good as well, while "Devil Money" and "Crashlanding Affair" are the fast tunes.

From: 20gunsalute Date: September 20, 2009 at 1:33
This album rocks pretty good, it's funny to read all of the comments. I would take this any day over some sappy, syrupy, over produced piece of melodic garbage. this is ROCK for ROCKERS, people that like fluff may just want to ignore it


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