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Kings Of Sunset Strip Volume 1
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|From: Anti-Sludger F-
||Date: February 9, 2005 at 23:21|
|Another Stevie Rachelle garage CD offering, trying to yank as much money out of as many 40 yr old "glory days" idiots pockets as possible. Why Stevie convinces theses old dudes in bands from way back when, to commit to him burning CD's in his garage & then selling it online, I'll never know. Oh yeah.... So he can earn a very small living from hawking homemade CD's and Metal Sludge t-shirts! ALL these tunes are offered seperately on each bands CD, that he so conveniently already peddles! REHASH!
|From: Aero Force Mike
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 6:13|
|Stop talking crap. These are all unreleased recordings - Angora never had an album, the Jailhouse songs here are vastly superior to what appeared on their album (especially the exclusive electric version of Stand Up), Young Gunns became Wildside and Tommi Gunn never had an album either. It's great to have these unreleased unsigned demo tapes compiled together - the music rocks, the production is great and best of all, the songs kick ass and ARE unreleased. I hope Vol 2 features Brunette...
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 8:14|
|You know those rantings sound suspiciously like someone we haven't from in a while-right Bizcuit82? It might be just coincidence but somehow i doubt it. The clips that are up on melodicrock.com sound pretty good so this one will be in my collection soon. Can't wait to see who gets the treatment next. SIGNED 30 something yr old idiot.
|From: Chris Knight
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 13:29|
|Not sure who Stevie is, but this sounds like a pretty weak CD. There's alot of stuff out there that is better in regards to the 80's scene. Never heard of any of these bands.
|From: Aero Force Mike
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 15:00|
|Stevie Rachelle is the singer from Tuff, owner of RLS Records and founder of the website Metal Sludge. This is not a home-made CD, it's professionally printed, certainly more professional packaging than a Perris product... anyway, it's NOT designed to be a mainstream compilation. It's designed for the die-hard fans who want underground unsigned demos from some bands who never had albums; if obscure glam releases are someone's interest, this is a great purchase.
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 16:10|
|YOUNG GUNNS WAS GLAM??? I think not. WILDSIDE is/was YOUNG GUNNS, just with a different drummer. These guys tried to get a record deal in '88 or so, then replaced a drummer, got some management, then got a deal on Capitol as YOUNG GUNNS in 1990. They didn't become WILDSIDE until their record came out in May of 1992. They had to change the name because the movie company had films out at the time, and they were sued. Funny, how there's now a rap group out there called YOUNG GUNZ. Go figure.
|From: Trick Taylor
||Date: March 11, 2005 at 12:54|
|I just couldn't resist getting this, knowing that it very well could be crap. I was glad to find that a few gems make this a worthwhile buy for those who never got to hear all the strip era bands. The real class here lies at the ends, with ANGORA and JAILHOUSE. "Shake Shake" and "Weekend Love Affair" from Angora are awesome tracks! Tommy Gunn just plain sucks and Young Gunns took a lot of polishing before they morphed into Wildside. I too am hoping for Volume II. Pair-a-Dice? Creature?
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