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Artist: Nine 24

Title: 6-Pack

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Kivel Records

Catalog Number: None

Personnel

Phil Baranchik lead vocals
Tim Bradley bass, vocals
Chris Riccardo guitar, vocals
Daxx Nielsen drums

Tracks

1.  Chuggin' Beers  
2.  Pleasure Ride  
3.  Exit Signs  
4.  Evil Ways  
5.  Temple of Insanity  
6.  Feel the Burn  
7.  Good Time Girl  
8.  Pop Song  
9.  Sex  

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: December 17, 2003 at 23:36
Good,sleazy hard rock here.This band's songs are basically about the same subject matter as American Dog's...drinkin' & f*ckin! Phil Baranchik's vocal style reminds me a lot of Gary Cherone's at times on this disc, and the music here is a mixture of Junkyard,American Dog(without the southern influences present),a little funk ala Extreme,AND some AC/DC inspired riffs."Pleasure Ride","Temple of Insanity","Feel the Burn",& "Sex" are my personal faves.Penthouse Pet July '01 Alex Arden on the cover!

From: Geoff Date: December 28, 2004 at 3:24
One of the best I've ever seen! Simply outstanding, attention grabbing and penis enlarging. So good it makes you want to whip out your equipment and beat your appreciation of it! Okay, so now that we've covered the quality of the cover, I'd just like to mention that this is one of the poorest, blandest and most skippable set of songs I ever heard. Plus, although Alex Arden is lovely as always, check out the artwork on TNA's debut if you really want to see her put to good use!!! Awful CD.

From: headbanger4life Date: October 25, 2005 at 22:27
I think Whiplash's comment best describes their sound. I definately hear the Junkyard and AC/DC references. Nothing special here. Just straight ahead hard rock. I liked this one, even though it was kind of short (8 actual songs).

From: metalmastermusic Date: February 12, 2016 at 6:43
Not nearly as bad as any of the reviews suggest. There is nothing groundbreaking here but it is good in your face hard rock. The vocals do indeed have a Gary Cherone sound but I also hear a bit of Jesse James Dupree at times as well. If you Like Jackyl/Extreme this would be one to check out.


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