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Artist: Tribe of Judah

Title: Exit Elvis

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Spitfire Records

Catalog Number: SPT-15198-2


Gary Cherone vocals
Pat Badger bass
Mike Mangini drums
Leo Mellace guitar
Steve Ferlazzo keyboards, synths


1.  Left for Dead  
2.  No One  
3.  East of Paradise  
4.  Thanks for Nothing  
5.  Celibate  
6.  Ambiguous Headdress  
7.  In My Dreams  
8.  2 Plus 2  
9.  Suspension of Disbelief  
10.  My Utopia (Anthropolemic)  
11.  Exit Elvis  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tony Date: October 10, 2003 at 18:49
Just horrible in eery way, shape, and form. I plunked my $14 for this so I got the right here..LOL Horribly self-righteous lyrics that I take are supposed to come across as 'deep' and 'spiritual' but what horrible 'artsy' coffee-house poet doesn't think that of themselves? Poor songwriting and just incredibly BORING!!! Wanted to like it but you'll listen to it once and once only, unless you're 'above' commoners and lie and say you love this drivel. Love Cherone though just not this.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: October 10, 2003 at 21:01
Hard rock meets techno with overall bad results.There were 2-3 songs that I could listen to,and that's it.If you wanna hear these guys,go to Spitfire Records website, and you can download 'Thanks For Nothing', the only REALLY decent song on this cd. If you've heard Stephen Pearcy's Vertex disc,the music here is similar,but without all the fun and what-not! Too bad, I really like Extreme,and I even enjoyed Cherone's work with Van Halen!

From: Christine Date: October 24, 2003 at 5:13
Is it just me, or do the lyrics to 'Thanks for Nothing' sound like a message to EVH - 'Lost my shirt on a sure bet...?' 'Left for Dead' isn't bad, either. Much heavier than Extreme, but I miss Nuno's shreds.

From: sss Date: May 25, 2004 at 4:32
GARY is great , fuck ya geys!!!!.........................

From: educated fan Date: July 9, 2004 at 11:06
Gary, all you do is gold. Can't wait to hear the new solo release!!!

From: wyrm Date: December 18, 2004 at 10:55
Just got this CD, and I'm suprised by the high quality rock on this album. I wasn't expecting much after reading the reviews here. For listners with an open mind who can stand some eletronic samples, effects and beeps, you get some exelent songs, great musicians and a GREAT singer. Gary sounds great on this album, more like himself than on the VH album where he sounded more like Sammy Hagar. If you can find it, buy it!

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