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Category: Hard Rock/Sleeze
Catalog Number: DEBCD-2103-2
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|From: tomcat||Date: October 29, 2004 at 6:10|
|awesome ep...i just love this record..got it already since it came out and for me it's one of the best indies around...The coverartwork is also very appealing to me..i remember seeing an interview with them in a tattoo mag.|
|From: metal4breakfast||Date: July 11, 2005 at 16:29|
|Indeed, this is top-notch SKID ROW style MHR that blows away most other indies from this era. Not to be missed for fans of the genre. I believe this band also released a full length CD after this one - Anyone???|
|From: Tim||Date: July 11, 2005 at 18:44|
|Sorry, I highly disagree. What a steaming POS!! If you look under the D's, the album you are referring to is right after this one. It was pretty good. Neither are among the best indies IMO. No offence.|
|From: metal4breakfast||Date: July 12, 2005 at 16:28|
|Doh! Totally missed that Tim - seems odd the 2 are listed seperately(?) Guess the S/T was actually before this one, but all comments for that one seem positive as well. Suppose as with any CD it comes down to personal preference, but I would think any fan of late 80s MHR or "hair metal" would enjoy this EP immensely.|
|From: BIG-TIME||Date: August 9, 2008 at 21:50|
|Average nothing more...not that next killer album...not that good CD you can et your friends let rip with in the car or home just very average...KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!|
|From: smiley89||Date: August 27, 2010 at 11:54|
|Not that bad. If you are into the sleezy side of rock with attitude you might like this one.|
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