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Dirty Rhythm - Never Cleaned Up CD (OOP, Rare, Suncity Records)
Dirty Rhythm - Never Cleaned Up CD (OOP, Rare, Suncity Records)


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Dirty Rhythm

Never Cleaned Up

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Suncity Records (Australia)

Catalog Number: SR008

Average Rating: 66 / 100 (8 ratings)


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Jeffrey Michael Bonds vocals
Brian Harrison guitars, keyboards
Anthony Brian Greenham bass
Troy Miller drums
1.  Funky Little Sister  5:11   Listen!
2.  Addicted to Ya  3:44   Listen!
3.  Bad Blood  5:48   Listen!
4.  Top Fuel  3:56   Listen!
5.  What's Your Problem?  4:43   Listen!
6.  Wild Child bonus track  5:42   Listen!
7.  Feel the Fire video   

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From: Blue Charvel Date: December 11, 2006 at 11:11
Best of the bunch out of the three recent Sun City releases IMHO. Big crunchy production and some good tunes with some really good musicianship. The title sums it up perfectly as it's got a decidedly "live" feel to it. Personally I prefer a bit more of a produced sound, but this is damn fine stuff overall. A bit too short would be my only other complaint, but the bonus video is a nice touch. Overall I'd say it's definitely worth having.

From: Geoff Date: March 21, 2007 at 23:48
This release is kind of cool. The sound quality is good, but song-wise these tracks do sort of sound like left-overs from the debut and there isn't really a song that sticks out or makes this a great album. No really bad songs either. It's good solid hard rock, one for the completists, I dare say.

From: shark attack Date: October 15, 2007 at 7:02
Lurching from 2nd division stripper metal a la Extreme without the killer choruses to the brooding Alice in Chains goes hair metal of `whats your problem?` or the grimy funk fusion of `Bad blood` Dirty Rhythm score highly with me for daring to think outside the box, with their brand of hair metal at times transcending the genre. Another winner from Suncity records. 70/100

From: z4roxx Date: April 26, 2008 at 11:50
What isn't killer here?I think nothing.Awesome band,killer hard rock without a single commercial moment,just a great performance by a great combo.Also the bonus video is great.W DIRTY RHYTHM!

From: Metal T Date: July 16, 2008 at 18:26
Great sound and songs.Some bitchin'guitar on "Funky Little Sister". Even included their classic vid for "Feel The Fire".D*mn good band!

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