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In The Name Of Rock
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||Date: April 13, 2005 at 0:07|
|If you like 80's commercial hard rock with a glam influence you will more than likely quite like this disc. This band ain't breaking into anything new, but they do what they do well. Good solid hard rock.
|From: M. Allen
||Date: April 22, 2005 at 11:43|
|Hair-metal fans should be mad if this one isn't in their collection. Not groundbreaking, but a solid indie entry in the late 80s-style genre. Comparisons to Maximum, Parlor Trixx, & Poison are in order. The guitars are loud, the hooks catchy, the choruses memorable, & the vocals well-done. The production is a bit thin, but you've heard worse, so don't hesitate to grab this one if you can.
|From: Trick Taylor
||Date: April 22, 2005 at 13:01|
|I only have a few tracks off this one but from what I have I can say.....BORING!! Any one of a thousand bands playing rock clubs on a Wednesday could have made this. The vocals lack a certain dynamic, like bad 70's biker rock. And the lyrics? "In the name of ROCK...ROCK...Rahahahok!" Again, sounding like a servicable midwest (yes I know, Florida)cover band playing the burbs on a quiet 1989 weekday. One step below Slave Raider.
|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: January 30, 2006 at 21:37|
|These guys are all right by me... gotta give'em props for keeping that classic '80s hard rock sound alive. At least they're not another ancient band trying to prop it up with one original member and a bunch of ringers filling in...
||Date: October 5, 2006 at 13:34|
|hey guys just to know if this one is released on silver disc or cdr. thanks!
||Date: March 28, 2010 at 14:38|
|Has anybody noticed that the song In The Name Of Rock is a complete rip-off of Keels- Raised On Rock?Raised on Rock,Rock,Rahahahak! In the name of rock,rock,rahahahak!The voice sounds almost identical also.
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