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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Wild Kingdom (Sweden)
Catalog Number: KING019CD
|2.||Flesh For Fantasy|
|3.||When The Body Speaks|
|4.||Bring On The Monkey|
|5.||Heaven Come Undone|
|6.||You Lead Me To Madness|
|8.||Making Love Song|
|9.||Insane Is Sane|
|10.||Second II None|
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|From: glamjunkie||Date: February 20, 2006 at 21:53|
|Not what I was expecting. They seem to have thrown a bit of an industrial sound into a few of the tracks. Think the missing link between Faster Pussycat and the Newlydeads. Not as extreme as the Newlydeads... but there seems to be a bit of influence.|
|From: manicmurderdoll||Date: April 23, 2006 at 8:49|
|I found "when the body speaks" on a compilation record and haven't quit playing it since. These guys rock, for a newer band. Classic sleaze it ain't,definitely got a newer vibe to it, but I have yet to find a track I don't like on either album.|
|From: the game||Date: June 23, 2006 at 22:57|
|This is a more newer vibe of Hard Rock/Glam. Similar to Hardcore Superstar/Shameless with a Faster Pussycat/LA Guns mix. All the tracks are great, but my favorite is Making Love Song. Check them out. Rated 8/10.|
|From: shoemaker||Date: November 14, 2009 at 12:53|
|This one sucks, only two good songs.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: February 13, 2010 at 11:24|
|For whatever reasons, the band crafted a heavier, darker sound for this sophomore CD, meaning it's not quite the gem that the debut was, but it's still a good dose of modernized sleaze-metal. Say what you want about the new approach, but these guys know their way around a kickass hook...though admittedly, there are some duds sprinkled across this album like mouse turds on an otherwise perfect wedding cake. But despite its flaws, if you're in the mood for some modern-edged glam/sleaze metal anthems, this should fit the bill like a black flag on a pirate ship.|
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