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Artist: Tracii Guns

Title: Killing Machine

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Category: Metal

Year: 1999

Label: Deadline

Catalog Number: CLP 0610-2


Tracii Guns guitar
Riley Baxter vocals
Chuck Burns drums
Kent Holmes bass
Ralph Saenz vocals

Live trax were recorded by L.A. Guns in 1997
reissued w/ a bonus track & retitled "All Eyes Are Watching"


1.  Kill Machine  
2.  Torture Games  
3.  Shitkicker  
4.  People Will Die  
5.  Dreams Of Nothing  
6.  All Eyes Are Watchin'  
7.  Leaving Now  
8.  Unconditional Love  
9.  Will Jesus Save?  
10.  I Still Love You  
11.  My House  
12.  Live Intro live  
13.  Sex Action live  
14.  Aint Talkin Bout Love live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: October 31, 2003 at 22:50
Not a bad CD but not a great one. Similar to LA Guns-American hardcore CD but not as shouty,more tuneful and metal than the hardcore sound of that album. Last three tracks were recorded live in 97 during the Saenz fronted days!

From: Gar Date: January 14, 2004 at 17:48
Agree with CC that this is better than "American Hardcore". Songs remind me of old school British metal a la Motorhead or Venom, with a bit of punk thrown in. Songs are decent enough, but nothing really stands out. The LA Guns bonus tracks make this disc worthwhile though. The Ralph Saenz sung "Sex Action" is even better than the original.

From: Stevie St Ford Date: May 18, 2004 at 11:09
My god, this CD is appalling, easily the most unintentionally funny album I have ever had the misfortune to buy. The lyrics look like they were written by a seven year old, and as for the vocals, I could sing better with a mouthful of marbles. The only redeeming feature is the music which is actually passable, but really I am clutching at straws here. And as for the live tracks, they sound like they were recorded on a walkman from the sanctity of a toilet. And these are considered a bonus!

From: Geoff Date: February 16, 2005 at 4:35
Stevie's comment is hilarious, and accurate. I asked the stereo if I could have my ears back after this one. The one good point here I can raise here is that I'm glad Tracii released this rightly so under his own solo name rather than that pile of shit 'American hardcore' trying to be released as an LA Guns release. What a lie that was. This is strictly for fans of heavy metal, and very leniant fans of heavy metal at that.

From: 7Sinner Date: August 11, 2006 at 18:46
Hmmm...People on this site obviously don't like this one. I picked this one up when it first came out and I remember thinking it was quite good. Of course my tastes have changed since 97 but not that much I'm sure. Maybe it's time to dust it off and play it again....

From: hair metal again Date: December 12, 2012 at 12:00
average release by Tracii Guns and his gang!he still is a very good guitar player ,but his music taste is just the opposite!heavy riffs,average and forgettable songs and the only thing that is ok are the guitar solos which are pretty rockin!only for die hard fans of LA GUNS like myself!

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