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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 30, 2004 at 1:42|
|No comments? That's a suprise. I thought these guys were regulars amongst the collectors of rare indie hard rock. I'm glad to see it hasn't got a massive price value on ebay and many claiming it to be a rare gem, because it really isn't. Not too bad either, just ultra average hard rock, like a budget version of really early Ratt. I have the CDR of it and won't ever feel desire to own anything more. Decent hard rock.
||Date: August 30, 2004 at 10:47|
|Goeff-are you sure this was put out on cd? I have an old tape of it and i thought it was pretty good but def. nothing spectacular. Joe Stump went on to be a pretty damn good guitarist in the neo classical mode. Wouldn't mind getting this on disc. The artwork was pretty bad though.
||Date: August 30, 2004 at 20:32|
|Hey Dean, as far as I know what I have is a copy of the actual CD copy. It does not appear to have been made from vinyl, so I presume it was released on CD at sme point in time. In fact yes, I have seen it on ebay before as an original CD. I can make you a CDR copy, we might be able to do a small trade or something if you want. My email address is email@example.com
||Date: January 13, 2005 at 22:30|
|That's really catchy class hard rock release,reminds me to Ratt(as Geoff wrote well)and somethin'about german bands such as Sweet Killer or Ruckus(If I remember well).By the way,exist the cd pressing by"Torrid rec."but I don t know if there's the associated"roadrunner"distrubution for Europe(that's a particular for most Thrash releases from"Torrid rec.")
||Date: January 14, 2005 at 0:36|
|guys..this was officialy issued on cd, but it must have been limited..i got mine directly from the bass player Nick, he had at 1 time owned a music store in biddeford , maine ..it is now since closed..he was the original bass player for Neveda Beach, but moved on before they got signed to metal blade..he also was the bass player for the band that morphed into Nevada Beach called Rosie ( the bitch of rock)..they released 1 lp called "never say die"..i am sure he is still around the new england/Ma
||Date: March 31, 2005 at 11:20|
|I bought this record today and it cost ten euros. Good hard rock album and I've never seen it before in Finland
||Date: June 20, 2005 at 21:39|
|Finally bought this one, and I must say, I have been missing out. This is an excellent indie, worth more than I paid. good stuff!!
||Date: February 11, 2006 at 23:54|
|I'm a Joe Stump's fan and I'm looking for this CD, can someone send me some songs from this album to my e-mail? My E-Mail is : firstname.lastname@example.org , thanks!!
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