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Artist: Sweet Savage

Title: Archives: 1984-1989

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Category: SleazeGlam/Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Ramblin' Entertainment

Catalog Number: RE9446


Randy St. John Drums
Laine Sheridan Bass
Walt Woodward Drums
Chris Sheridan Guitar
Joey C. Jones Vocals


1.  On The Rocks  
2.  Do Ya  
3.  Fox On The Run  
4.  Head Over Heels  
5.  Break Away  
6.  Summer Song Live Demo  
7.  Desert Rose Live Demo  
8.  Love You Hate You Live Demo  
9.  Cut It Out Live Bootleg  
10.  Deja Vu Live Bootleg  
11.  Picture Yourself Live Bootleg  
12.  Prisoner Of Paradise Live Bootleg  
13.  Crank It Up! Live Bootleg  

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From: Jason Campbell Date: August 4, 2004 at 16:06
Awesome CD! Just picked it up from CDBaby. I had been looking for this for years, I used to have their EP. Why this band didn't make it big time is beyond me. Classic glam Sunset Strip sound. Only wish they had more studio tracks available. They don't really sound like anybody to me, I guess if I had to compare them to it would be along the lines of Ratt, Poison, Cinderella, even some shades of Faster Pussycat on "Desert Song." I think if you like any of those bands you won't be disappointed.

From: Lucas Date: October 10, 2004 at 20:17
It was sold one cd at 30 inc. shipping by ebay

From: Betsy Browning Date: February 5, 2005 at 21:34
Great band, great guys...hope Chris is doing better, I sure loved those guys. Flashy, good looking Texas boys move in to Hollywood and take command!!! I remember it all so well...

From: jarett r. Date: April 15, 2005 at 9:00
joey c. jones was also in needle park with c.c. deville. needle park went through several lead vocalists.

From: Geoff Date: November 10, 2005 at 22:46
Man, what I wouldn't give to hear all these songs in the same quality as the first 5. The first 5 in question are all very good glam tracks, which glam fans will adore. Beyond that, the song quality is equally as good, if not better, but unfortunately the sound goes to shit as it's a dodgy live recording. But there is no doubt that the last 5 songs are crackers, especially the beautiful 'Picture yourself'. Would've loved studio versions of all tracks, but it's a good album for diehards.

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: September 15, 2007 at 2:11
GOOD CD 77/100 RATT/MOTLEY CRUE fans will be in glam heaven !

From: Slammer Date: January 20, 2018 at 3:32
Demon Doll Records reissued this in 2016. Completely Remastered! Bonus Live Tracks along with original vinyl album cover.

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