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Artist: DB Rox

Title: DB Rox

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Dudeman Music

Catalog Number: DMAN

Personnel

Duane Belotti all guitars, vocals
Joe Howell bass
Bill Costello drums, bass
Tim Carlin backing vocals
Laura Andresky backing vocals

Tracks

1.  Inside My Head  
2.  Best I Ever Had  
3.  The Road  
4.  Shattered  
5.  Intro...  
6.  No Control  
7.  Drive Faster  
8.  Without You  
9.  Always  
10.  Lonely One  
11.  The Strongest Man  
12.  Fantasy  
13.  Take It Easy  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MButt Date: December 22, 2003 at 1:44
Not bad melodic metal, don't break the bank buying this one, but if you can find it cheap, grab it. that is if you can find it! it is tough!

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: January 10, 2004 at 16:37
Decent CD,but it's just kinda "generic" hard rock throughout...all the songs kinda sound the same and blend together after a while.This disc lacks that one song that jumps up and grabs ya by the seat of your pants and makes ya wanna move.Good musicianship displayed throughout, but like I said, just a little plain. Casual collectors shouldn't put out more than $20 for this, or you will be disappointed with your investment. Big time collectors will want it though, 'cause it is TOUGH to find!

From: Geoff Date: March 2, 2005 at 5:28
The above comments here are accurate, though I wouldn't really recommend paying more than $5.00 for this and even if you're trading CDRs there's thousands of bands you'd be better off using a bland CDR on. For me this is as average as hard rock gets and as stated above, there just isn't really a good song or anything. Avoid.


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