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Artist: Loud 'N' Nasty

Title: Too Much Ain't Enough

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Category: Glam

Year: 2005

Label: Perris Records

Catalog Number: PER01552

Personnel

Chris Loud guitar
Rob Nasty vocal, bass
T-Bone drums

Tracks

1.  Too Much Ain't Enough  4:08   Listen
2.  Me and the Boys  4:17   Listen
3.  You Better Run  3:52   Listen
4.  Little Miss Pretty  4:14   Listen
5.  Clown of the Town  4:53   Listen
6.  Leave Me Alone (Remixed 2004)  3:59   Listen
7.  Sweet Sixteen bonus track  2:52   Listen
8.  Hellbound rerecorded 2004  4:05   Listen
  
Total Running Time:  32:20

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rene Date: June 13, 2005 at 7:55
This album is great. TEASER TEASER is still their best album but this one is good too. Glam metal.

From: Geoff Date: June 13, 2005 at 19:58
Agree with the above. 'Teaser Teaser' is still easily their best CD, but this is MUCH better than the debut. Cool riffs, good solid sound. Good sleaze metal, and recommended to fans of the genre. All these songs are pretty cool for fans of early WASP-sounding stuff with a heavy sleaze vibe.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: June 20, 2005 at 10:18
Betcherass it's loud and you can bet another part of your anatomy that it's got a nasty edge, but it's a small letdown from "Teaser Teaser." Now, don't get all huffy, this is still a good dose of hair/glam/sleaze and as Geoff said, it blows away their lame debut. The hooks are catchy, the choruses designed with sing-alongs in mind, & there are some gang backing vox for those who like that sort of thing. Sure, there are better bands in this genre out there, but there are much, much worse as well.

From: the game Date: August 12, 2005 at 11:29
This is a killer cd form Glamsters Loud n Nasty. Teaser teaser is still their best but this really rocks and there is not one bad song. They have that early anthem Wasp, Motley Crue, Tuff sound. Great killer driving guitars and gang style backing vocals. Just listen to Too Much Ain't Enough,Me and the Boys, You Better Run, Clown of the Town, Leave Me Alone and Hellbound (great party LA style). I hope we see a live CD/DVD soon as I hear they are awesome live. Rated 9.5/10

From: BIG-TIME Date: May 26, 2007 at 17:10
Too me it's crap but if you like it nice 1, all the song's sound the same to me and I really dont like the vocal's on this. The riff's are ok but I defo think Teaser Teaser is better...KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!


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