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Artist: Hardcore Superstar

Title: No Regrets

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Hardcore Superstar No Regrets Album Cover


Category: Glam

Year: 2003

Label: Music For Nations

Catalog Number: CDMFN296


Jocke Berg vocals
Martin Sandvik bass
Silver guitar
Adde drums


1.  Wall Of Complaint  
2.  No Regrets  
3.  Breakout  
4.  Soul Of Sweetness  
5.  Honey Tongue  
6.  Still I'm Glad  
7.  Bring Me Back  
8.  Pathetic Way Of Life  
9.  It's So True  
10.  Why Can't You Love Me Like Before  
11.  The Last Great Day  
12.  I Can't Change  
13.  You Know Where We All Belong  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kristian Date: October 28, 2003 at 16:53
In my opinion this is the album of the year. Not a bad track. It's sleazy. Try to imagine Sweet mixed with Tesla, this is what you'll end up with, simply awesome. A lot of the clapping sounding drums.

From: saly cato Date: November 4, 2003 at 9:35
For me, this is a good album but not the best from HS. First album from this band stay the best. Some good tracks (honey tongue, pathetic way of life..) but not the energy from their first release. Maube the band will do much more for the 4th one ?!

From: Ribap Date: January 17, 2004 at 7:58
Sweet album, i think its the best from this guys.

From: rnr addicted Date: February 10, 2004 at 14:51
very good album,not great as bad sneackers but far better then the 2nd..no regrets breakout and still i'm glad are the best track...there's a lot of 60's stuff.... and i like it so much!!!!!!!!!if bad sneackers is 9.5 i rate this 7.5

From: jirky Date: March 21, 2004 at 6:13
SLEAZE GLAM???????? WHERE?????

From: Aero Force Mike Date: September 22, 2004 at 20:50
Don't like this one ANYWHERE near as much as the debut... I don't like how the singer's changed his voice to a more modern punky tone; I preferred his vicious rasp on the first album that recalled Josh Todd, Rod Jackson and Nicke Borg all kinda thrown into a blender together. I've heard worse, but it just kinda comes across as weak, especially since they proved what they were capable of with the first record. Stick with Pina Colada, that was stunning. 5/10

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