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Category: Melodic Metal
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|1.||Feed Your Head|
|2.||Everythin' Is A Sin|
|3.||Do You Wanna Get High|
|5.||Never Let You Go|
|7.||I'm On Fire|
|8.||Just A Boy|
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|From: jason (FA-Q)||Date: July 18, 2004 at 22:03|
|From: Rycheage||Date: July 18, 2004 at 23:17|
|Raw, unpolished in your face rock & roll that flies at a frantic pace for most tracks except "Better Days" and "I'm On Fire". Highly recommended for Love/Hate fans. Very punk-driven rock & roll that's pretty consistent throughout.|
|From: Stevie St Ford||Date: August 13, 2004 at 8:49|
|Yeah, a very consistent CD in my opinion, and somewhat of a return to form following the messes that were Livin' Off Layla and Let's Eat. It's good to have you back Jizzy!|
|From: tomcat||Date: August 14, 2004 at 4:59|
|life's been crap for me lately...but one song cracks me up and that's 'better days'... Jizzy is one cool son of a gun..|
|From: mOji||Date: November 28, 2004 at 12:28|
|Ah.... Always a pleasure hearing "NEW" sounds from someone who's been a "longtime" musical influence on me, my music and songwriting. I like first and foremost that Jizzo stuck to NO blue-print of GENRE, also its cool to see someone "wear" their heart, liver and kidneys on their sleeve lyrically. I'm a big fan of a groovy/catchy chorus/bridge, this CD is full of them. "Extreme" seems to be a common fave, but I'd have to say "DAD" is my fave at this venture of listening..Jizzo sing's..."Yer just|
|From: hair metal again||Date: September 20, 2013 at 14:06|
|ok release by Jizzy,nothing spectacular but straight hard rock n roll sound that wont disapoint you!i love his voice,his attitude and he was always around ,so i malways happy hearing from him and i was lucky to catch the guy twice live (ADLER S APPETITE,LOVE HATE)!another thing is the guitar work which is pretty good with scecial guests like Steve Stevens !"everythin is a sin" and "better days " the highlights|
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