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Artist: The Erotics

Title: 20th Century S.O.B.

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 2001

Label: Fastlane Records

Catalog Number: FLR-002

Personnel

Michael Trash Vocals,Guitar
Jett Damage Bass
Eric Stathis Drums
Uzi Guitar

Tracks

1.  20th Century S.O.B.  
2.  Banged Up  
3.  Anxiety 101  
4.  Its True  
5.  Agony & Xstacy  
6.  Girls On Drugs  
7.  Public Enemy #1    Cover: Motley Crue
8.  Nervous Breakdown  
9.  I Wanna Be Your Bastard  
10.  Too Many Reasons  
11.  Kiss That Girl  
12.  Teenage Drag Queen  
13.  Loverboy  
14.  Zero Personality  
15.  Slit Your Wrist To This  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Dean Date: July 8, 2004 at 0:12
Very average release here-fell for the hype on EBAY and picked this up for a few bucks-not overly bad but nothing special here either. Kinda reminded me a little of Spiders and Snakes. The band must've felt the same cuz on the next one it's a whole different band except for the singer. Maybe it'll grow on me after a few listens. The song "Kiss That Girl" has a cool Hanoi vibe going on.

From: SHS Date: November 5, 2004 at 12:16
All That Glitters IS waaaay better than 21st. Century SOB.

From: TheJinxxComing Date: January 13, 2005 at 5:40
I dont know what the others think about the Album but i really like it. It reminds me a bit at Killingbird, the new PBF size does.., Hardcore Superstar mixed with a touch Big Bang Babies. Sounding very GLamy Sleazy, theres a Cover from Mötley Crües - Public Enemy Number 1 not as good as the orginal Nikki Sixx Version but a very good Version on their own Style. THe Voice of the Lead Singer is mixed between Taimi and the Singer of Killingbird. I give 8 Points.

From: Chad Bell Date: February 16, 2005 at 2:33
This cd is so unoriginal it's sick. Can someone say Spiders and Snakes?

From: Geoff Date: February 28, 2005 at 21:32
Dean and Chad are right here. Whilst it's not an overly bad disc it's so avoidable it's unfortunate. No memorable tunes and they all just interlink with each other. Sleaze mixed with slight punk / glam rock influences, but just totally lacklustre songs. I'd rather have my money back... even if it was only a few dollars.


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