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Artist: Needle Park

Title: C'Mon Get Real

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Category: Glam

Year: 2002

Label: Fast Lane Records

Catalog Number: FLR 005

Personnel

Craig Bradford Vocals, Guitar
Adam Hamilton Drums, Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Chris Seefried Backing Vocals
Donnie Vie Vocals [Tracks 11, 12]
Yogi Guitar [Track 11]

Tracks

1.  I Really Just Don't Like You At All  
2.  Wait For The Hammer To Fall  
3.  New Sensation  
4.  Stand Up  
5.  Emotion Ride  
6.  Shake Down The Walls  
7.  She's All Mine  
8.  The Garden  
9.  Baby Doll  
10.  Teenage Obsession  
11.  When It All Comes Around  
12.  Take Me Back  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: May 27, 2004 at 7:58
Very disapointed with this release. Vocals are very weak (well the ones not sung by Donnie Vie that is). Was hoping for more!

From: Dean Date: May 31, 2004 at 15:33
Got this because of the distant connections to CC Deville and Joey C. Jones but found it very boring and bland. Even the songs with Donnie singing are merely average. Maybe it'll get better with more listens but usually if it doesn't connect after 2-3 listens it's not going to.

From: jarett r. Date: June 9, 2004 at 7:11
if i recall correctly, while c.c. deville was in the band they went through at least 3 singers, bassists, and drummers. i can remember that spike, kelly hansen, and joey c. jones all sang for the band will c.c. deville was in the band. and that tommy hendricks (or hendrickson) and adam hamilton played bass while c.c. deville was in the band. james kottak was one of the drummers.

From: Stevie St Ford Date: August 2, 2004 at 5:10
A very impressive debut release IMO. Admittedly the vocals are very low in the mix but the songs themselves are excellent, particularly the two tracks with Donnie Vie where the vocals appear to be more to the fore. As you would expect they do have more than a passing resemblence to Enuff Znuff which is never a bad thing.

From: Geoff Date: December 20, 2004 at 19:36
Wow, this one plods along at a pace likened to... well, actually... it doesn't really go anywhere at all. Dead in the water is what I'd say if I'm being honest. If you like Joey C Jones you might dig this, but this is of lesser quality. I don't really dig either of them, but Joey C Jones is a lot better than this, IMO. Just a boring CD with no good tracks.


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