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||Date: May 8, 2004 at 22:18|
|The songs Revelation is an absolute corker of a track. Worth the money just for the one song. Production is not great.
||Date: May 20, 2004 at 15:54|
|The original pressing of the self-titled record was 2,500 units, which was distributed by Perris Records. 1. What Is Love (4:02) 2. Revelation (3:00) 3. Different Light (3:21) 4. With A Smile (4:35) 5. Losing You (3:30) 6. Hotel & Beer (3:20) 7. Isn't It Cold (3:25) 8. Out The Door (3:26) 9. Music & Booze (4:23) 10. Damage Done (3:02) 11. Don't Know How To Love You (5:03) 12. Lone Angel (3:09) 13. Dumpville (3:29) 14. Another Woman (4:12) 15. Always You (4:42)
||Date: May 20, 2004 at 15:56|
|Dukes Nightmare - Dukes Nightmare (1997) Star USA Records Starteg # 25911 Kyle Miller vocals, guitar, keyboards L.A. Stubbs guitars Len Allen bass Johnny Scott drums, congas, vocals
||Date: February 19, 2005 at 23:58|
|Besides pressing discussions...is possible to have a true comment about this cd?A comparrison band?Thanxxxxx!
||Date: February 20, 2005 at 18:10|
|eeeh this one is a cheesy version of slyboyz more acoustical more boring more southern sounding at times...una 1/2 porcheria ahahah grande goitom/manichino nero
||Date: February 20, 2005 at 18:20|
|Thanxxxx dupes Orietto,you're the best!Mi ricordavo ci fossero influenze southern ma vedevo che i dupes puntavano ed allora magari....le solite porcherie insomma ahahaha
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