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Artist: Black 'n Blue

Title: The Demos Remastered Anthology 1

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Black 'n Blue The Demos Remastered Anthology 1 Album Cover Black 'n Blue The Demos Remastered Anthology 1 Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Zoom Club Records

Catalog Number: ZCRCD71

Personnel

Jaime St. James Vocals
Tommy Thayer Guitar
Jeff "Woop" Warner Guitar
Patrick Young Bass
Pete Holmes Drums

6 Demos,5 Previously Unreleased Tracks,1 Live Track

Tracks

1.  Chains Around Heaven  
2.  I'm The King  
3.  The Strong Will Rock  
4.  Squeeze Me  
5.  Violent Kid  
6.  Sign In Blood  
7.  Wicked Bitch  
8.  School Of Hard Knocks  
9.  Cold Heart  
10.  Hold On To 18  
11.  Lifeline  
12.  Autoblast Live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: March 25, 2004 at 5:36
This CD is was it is-Demos, albeit reasonable quality. Wrthy as it has Violent Kid and a cranking version of Chains around heaven. Other than that if you want to hear previously released tracks recorded with financial backing in a more basic style-then this is for you. Personally I liked it but it wouldnt grace my CD player that regularly.

From: sixstringfever Date: March 30, 2004 at 11:49
THIS NOT BAD AT ALL BUT IMPOSSIBLE TO TRACK DOWN IN THE MUSIC STORE'S

From: Rene Date: April 3, 2004 at 13:50
I have this cd but not on ZOOM RECORDS. Its on KRAZY PLANET records and the cover is different. The cover is with the boys and an american flag on it. Maybe this release is for the American market. Anyway, any BLACK N BLUE fan most have this release. Nice to listen to those underground sounding early BLACKŽNŽBLUE songs. One for fans of the band.

From: Hairfan Date: July 4, 2004 at 2:43
Why the hell anyone would want to hear demos from this band is beyond me. I had the so-called Ultimate Collection, and the final versions weren't anything special. These guys don't grab me at all.

From: Chad Date: October 2, 2004 at 22:55
Not much here really. The tracks Sign in Blood and Violent Kid are worthy of purchasing this album. If you are new to the band, stick to the other releases. For diehard fans only. 5/10 Sorry, but not high on my list.

From: JUSTBOB Date: October 25, 2004 at 12:01
This is something a lot of bands do when they get back together or something to that nature. If your going to get one cd from this band, this one is not it. Get one of there first two or the "Ulitimate Collection" cd's. Violent kid is a great song though.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 16, 2013 at 15:12
Well do not expect great sound in here as basically are demos with some raw production,and the live track sounds "pirate" a 100% so mainly this is for fans of the band or a collector's release..."Hold On To 18" is far the best and then tracks 2,3,5,6(catchy)& 12(rocks!) are good by themselves as well...80/100


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