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Title: Step Into My Parlor
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Category: Glam/Hard rock
Label: Socan (?)
Catalog Number: TWM020425
lead vocals, guitar
lead guitar, vocals
|1. ||Step Into My Parlor |
|2. ||Tell the Truth |
|3. ||Queen City Saturday Night |
|4. ||Daily Driver Manifest |
|5. ||Second Chance (Too Late) |
|6. ||Over the Top |
|7. ||Hidden Identity |
|8. ||Bitch |
|9. ||This Is What You Wanted (and This Is What You're Gonna Get) |
|10. ||Aphrodesiac Smile |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 4, 2003 at 0:38|
|This is just awesome glam & hard rock. Very melodic and it rocks hard. And this being a new album, it sure is promising to hear something this good come out here in the U.S. instead of the "mainstream" alterna-shit that they're trying to force down everyone's throat. Melodic metal, glam, AOR, and pure hard rock will always be #1 with me! Parlor Trixx should be commended for putting out such a good, pure, hard rocking album. Do yourself a favor and go out and buy it!!!
||Date: December 4, 2003 at 22:11|
|Actually a pretty good cd. Kinda nice to know that in this current day & age there still is bands of this ilk keeping that late 80's early 90's good time "pop metal" vibe alive. Remind me of Kiss a little bit with the riffs and hooks you can hang slabs of beef off of. Sorta a 80's era Kiss meets Warrant thing going on. If you're gonna support a up & coming band this is a good one to begin with. Worth the bucks definitely!
|From: M. Allen
||Date: December 6, 2003 at 20:04|
|If you're a fan of kick-ass hair-metal, then this CD will be stuck in your stereo like a horny dog stuck on your leg. This band knows every trick in the book, musical magicians who conjure up cool guitars, big hooks, catchy choruses, and sweet backing vocals. There is not a single misstep on this album...every song is a keeper. Recommended for fans of Wet Paint, Mystery Bloom, Attraction, etc. Energetic, fun-lovin' party-metal at its finest.
||Date: December 7, 2003 at 0:33|
|Most people on this site should at least check out these guys. Almost all of the songs from their disc are available for free off their site and the sound is pretty good. Very 80's sounding hard rock but the band still manages to sound fresh and new. Kind of reminds me of a cross between early Warrant and Dirty Blonde. Hell-they even do an old Pandemonium cover(Boys in the bright white sports car)
||Date: February 12, 2004 at 16:37|
|If you ever get a chance to see these guys live do it. There show rocks, you won't be disapointed I gaurantee. This is the music partying was built on.
|From: MJ (Marla)
||Date: March 18, 2004 at 22:06|
| LMAO at M. Allen's "dog on your leg" reference!! It's TRUE!!! I can't stop listening to this thing for the past two days!! Love the "get up and go" feeling I get with almost every track!! Favorite is "Second Chance (Too Late)" .....woke up with that tune in my brain this morning...LOVE "Bitch" and "Aphrodesiac Smile" and "Over The Top"!!! Weakest track, IMO is "Queen City Saturday Night"....just does nothing for me...
||Date: April 3, 2004 at 6:08|
|i just got this about a month ago this is a very very good cd i got it as a cdr ppppppppppsssssssssss hey dan what happened to the marchello cd ??????????? yes i have it
||Date: August 27, 2004 at 13:14|
|another good cd.this will fit in with your warrant roxy blue roxxi poison motley crue.yes its that good.you won't be sorry you got it.party!!party!!party!!
||Date: September 23, 2004 at 18:35|
|This is an extremely good hard rock CD. The title track is a killer and sets up what turns out to be a really great album. Very solid all the way through and well worth your time. Awesome musicianship and songs, and the guy's voice. I have to admit the ballad is probably my favourite song - one, because it is an amazing song, and two, because the guy's voice is awesome on it! Killer track, killer CD. Recommended!
||Date: October 21, 2004 at 8:42|
|this just gets better evertime i play it.it really is very very good.
||Date: May 2, 2005 at 6:04|
|Step Into My Parlor could easily have been named Step Into 1989 as there is nothing modern about this band. All they have done is take the best elements of the 80s rock scene and have made it their own. People may argue whether this is heavy metal, hard rock, glam metal or hair metal - but for the sake of argument let's just settle for fucking incredible rock 'n' roll. They hail from Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada.
||Date: March 4, 2006 at 8:43|
|Sadly this band have called it quits. For those of you who haven't heard it go to http://www.parlortrixx.com where you can download it in full courtesy of the band.
||Date: July 4, 2006 at 15:24|
|This cd is really a rockin cd if you are a fan of the 80's.the last track on the cd is a cover of the age of electric Aphrodisiac Smile song which was another great Canadian Band which they do a great job at, they never missed a beat.Great cover song.
||Date: July 5, 2006 at 23:41|
|This is a very good cd. It's got a good beat that makes you wanna move to it. It will put ya in a terrific party mood. Glam/Hard Rock/Hair Metal fans should all have this one!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: August 3, 2007 at 0:51|
|Mientras mas lo escucho me gusta mas.. Súper-Contagioso, melodías y buenas, amigable.. Realmente me gustaaa. "Second Chance (Too Late)" con un solo a lo Firehouse Muy Bueno, "Daily Driver Manifest" "Over the Top" "Over the Top" "Step Into My Parlor".. Solos muy disfrutables. Recomendadísimo. 8...../10
||Date: April 28, 2008 at 10:40|
|This is good party rock, but I'm not sure I share the enthusiasm of the other posters here. This CD has all the ingredients to be a killer hard rock piece but they just lack a little something... The singer's got a great voice though. Recommended.
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