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Category: Sleaze Glam
Label: Liquor & Poker
Catalog Number: LP 6002-2
|Ebay Average Price: $12.12 |
Michael Monroe Vocals, Saxophone, Harp, Guitars, Keyboards|
Andy Mccoy Guitars
|1. ||Intro |
|2. ||Obscured |
|3. ||Bad News |
|4. ||New York City |
|5. ||Delirious |
|6. ||A Day Late, A Dollar Short |
|7. ||In My Darkest Moment |
|8. ||People Like Me |
|9. ||Whatcha Want |
|10. ||Moonlite Dance |
|11. ||Gypsy Boots |
|12. ||Lucky |
|13. ||Watch This |
|14. ||Designs On You |
|15. ||Lacu |
|16. ||Are You Lonely Tonight |
|17. ||Winged Bull |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 20, 2004 at 19:24|
|I couldn't wait to get this cd becuase I like Hanoi rocks and love Andy Mcoy's guitar playing. However, this cd stinks. It just is not good and a major dissappointment. Hopefully, they can do a better job on their next cd.
||Date: October 12, 2004 at 3:54|
|i never heard the album only one song:A day late or a dollar short and it;s fucking great
||Date: November 1, 2004 at 0:31|
|This ain't the same vibe as on their earlier albums, more like today's pop-punk than classic sleaze, but one can't deny that this is a good album. It's just a departure in style from their earlier albums. Mike Monroe and Andy McCoy still rock-I'm just waiting for the full on reunion with Sam Yaffa and Nasty Suicide... now that will be legendary!
||Date: December 30, 2004 at 19:17|
|One good song & thats it! No wonder they picked it as a single!
|From: ALEXX GLAM
||Date: January 5, 2005 at 19:06|
|ITS GREAT TO HEAR NEW SONGS OF ONE OF MY FAV BANDS BUT IN MY OPINION HAS A LOT OF MID-TEMPO SONGS BUT "DELIRIOUS" "PEOPLE LIKE ME" "A DAY LATE, A DOLLAR SHORT" "OBSCURED" AND "WHATCHA WANT" STILL KICK ASS
||Date: February 15, 2005 at 12:16|
|This record is a revamped "modernized" Hanoi Rocks, with only two key players involved. It's not a bad record at all, but I can see the NU-Direction turning some of their fanbase off. It's still a worthy record, so pick it up. 8.5 Rating
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: April 1, 2005 at 8:22|
|Wasn't expecting too much from this release after nearly 20 years, but this definately stands proud alongside some of their other releases. Monroe & McCoy still have the knack of writing some good material with 'Bad News' and 'A Day Late,a Dollar Short' being prime examples of this. Maybe a little long in 17 tracks as it does fall off a little towards the end. Nevertheless a very enjoyable 'comeback' album and hopefully not the last one with the Hanoi name to it.
||Date: April 4, 2005 at 2:19|
|WHAT ??????? This fuckin` album is just...simply fuckin`...great....great....fuckin` great ... I can believe...after 20 years...these guys put something like that in my ears...fuckin` great guys...where are Motley Crue, Guns and Roses now???Show me that you are better now guys.Prove it!!!! Hanoi still fuckin` Rocks.
||Date: May 3, 2005 at 13:45|
|Some moments but it betrays the memory a bit... too much Mike Monroe input I guess. McCoy was a god, while Mike just had the stamina. Blew a mean sax though. Look back if this is gonna be your first purchase. the Liquor & Poker release at least has the bonus tracks...
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