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Title: Metal Edge Presents: The Best Of L.A.

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: CMC 7703




1.  Another Man's Gun - Tuff  
2.  Feels Like Love - Tattoo Rodeo  
3.  Public Trust - Shake The Faith  
4.  Talk To Myself - Sircle Of Silence  
5.  Anytime, Anywhere - City Of Faith  
6.  Tattooed Love Toy - Lancia  
7.  Pain - Medicine Wheel  
8.  Colour Blind - Slammin' Gladys  
9.  Overloaded - The Crying  
10.  Charity - Disturbance  
11.  Face Down - Doug Aldrich & Johnny Gioeli  
12.  Nothin' From The Mojo - Zen Boy  

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From: ALEXX GLAM Date: June 25, 2004 at 13:43

From: tomcat Date: August 18, 2004 at 17:33
'overloaded' by the crying sounds like grunge to me..but i dig it..this is actually a very cool sampler of talented artists...those where the dayz my friend

From: metalalways Date: January 31, 2006 at 11:41
this cd is really good lot of good bands on here it's a lot better than other crap that came out in 1994 like sucky grunge i don't see how people listen to that stuff i call it suicide music lol!!!!!!!! tuff and lancia are good and i also like the slammin' gladys.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: March 24, 2006 at 14:48
In 1994, hair-metal had been blasted off the charts by Cobain and other suicidal self-loathers of his ilk. But in the midst of grunge's ascension, Metal Edge rounded up some of the best little-known bands & released this compilation designed to keep true hard rockers happy. Now, not every song is a classic, and I would've chosen different songs for several of the bands, but the intention was good. In a time when hair-metal was being made grunge's bitch, this collection was a breath of fresh air.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 7, 2009 at 21:59
Very decent compilation of some underrated bands with the exception of Doug Aldrich and Johnny Gioelli that has some famousity status...Lancia,Tuff,Tattoo Rodeo got some attention from the media but the rest as far as i'm concerned went completely underground.85/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 12, 2011 at 20:23
yes...listening to this compilation again...about the highlights in here i'd go with these ones "Another Man's Gun" by Tuff,"Feels Like Love" by Tattoo Rodeo,a song that sounds ala Whitesnake by the 4 sides,"Public Trust" by Shake The Faith,"Talk To Myself" by Sircle Of Silence,a kicking a** song surely,"Colour Blind" by Slammin' Gladys & "Face Down" by the very talented Doug Aldrich & Johnny Gioeli....still the same rate...85/100...yep,recommended compilation...

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