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Artist: Chrome Molly

Title: Angst

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Chrome Molly Angst Album Cover


Category: Glam

Year: 1988

Label: I.R.S.

Catalog Number: IRSD-42199


Tim Read guitar
Mark Godfrey drums
Steve Hawkins vocals
Nic Wastell bass


1.  Thanks for the Angst  
2.  Take Me I'm Yours  
3.  Don't Let Go  
4.  Come Back  
5.  I Want to Find Out  
6.  Take It or Leave It  
7.  Living a Lie  
8.  Cut Loose  
9.  Too Far Gone  
10.  Set Me Free  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rockgod Date: April 25, 2001 at 16:07
these guys invented the sound adopted by yob metal bands such as skid row. lotsa tunes and heavy riffing they played etal when it wasn't cool & trendy. check em out

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: February 4, 2003 at 10:42
Banda dificil de catalogar,yo la meteria en el terreno del Heavy Metal lo que pasa que meten hay unos teclados y unos coros muy propios del Rock Melódico,me atreveria a decir que son una mezcla entre Grim Reaper y Tobruk.Bueno tanto rollo para casi nada pues se trata de un disco de 2ª o 3ª fila donde el mejor tema por lo que veo en los créditos es una versión de otro grupo.REGULAR.

From: SPOTLIGHT Date: June 5, 2003 at 4:56
I thought this album had some fine moments. But, there was some weak shit on here as well. Not a totally solid album. But, worth picking up if you can get it for a decent price. I thought TAKE ME I'M YOURS was horrible. Tim Curry (yes, the Rocky Horror Picture Show guy) recorded this tune on his SIMPLICITY album in '81 I believe it was. He did a much better version of the song. Seek out Tim's records for some really good rock 'n' roll. (creeper@sunlink.net)

From: Paul Simon Date: November 21, 2004 at 10:18

From: Geoff Date: March 8, 2005 at 4:32
I thought I was sitting on a goldmine with this dsic, but I ended up selling it on ebay for under $5.00. Not sure why as it is rare as f*ck and to be honest, there are a lot worse rarities going out there for a lot more money. Obviously as I sold this it was not my favourite disc, but there were big choruses and vocals and enough hooks to keep most satisfied. Not bad, to be honest... but certainly not for me.

From: headbanger4life Date: December 23, 2005 at 1:48
Decent hard rock, but nothing that grabs you by the balls. This is just another average sounding hard rock band that came out in the height of the hard rock/glam/hair metal era and blended in with the sea of other similiar bands. I picked it up cheap so I can't complain to much.

From: glamjunkie Date: January 29, 2006 at 21:46
after listening to the first track I thought this was going to be a great album, butit just went downhill from there. Average...

From: metalmaniac777 Date: March 7, 2006 at 13:48
I'd rather lick the chrome off the bumper of a dilapidated '57 Chevy than listen to this CD again. God, how did bands this bad get record deals? The hair-metal scene in the late 80s/early 90s became polluted with subpar albums like this, opening the door for mopey, flannel-wearing, angst-driven grunge to roll in and take over the rock world. The late 80s hard rock/metal scene had lots of diamonds; this junk is more like the hunk of coal a naughty kid finds in his stocking on Christmas morning.

From: Leykis101 Date: December 31, 2006 at 13:35
Ive only heard Living A Lie, does the rest of the album have the cool reverse sound samples and clicking stuttering sound effects? I thought that song was way awesome, now I wanna hear all of the album,

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 26, 2010 at 21:48
Wonderful album by this British lot,recommended 4 sure!.."Thanks For The Angst" is a great track,a killer one,"Take Me I'm Yours" is a pretty cool number,"Don't Let Go" has some great piano in it,"Come Back" rocks,"I Want To Find Out" & "Take It Or Leave It" are 2 AORish numbers,pretty good ones by the way,"Living A Lie" i love this song!!!,"Cut Loose" is a highlight,"Too Far Gone" is a fave too and "Set Me Free" closes the act decently..this album is well worth,buy and find out by yourselves!.90/100

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