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Artist: Julliet

Title: Psycho Boyfriend

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Julliet Psycho Boyfriend Album Cover

 

Category: Glam/Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Metal Mayhem Records

Catalog Number: MM 048

Personnel

Kenny Mcgee Vocals
Jimmy Delisi Guitars, Vocals
Ty Westerhoff Bass, Vocals

Guest Musicians
J.J. Johnson Rhythm Guitar
Joe Zaccari Drums
Rob Stoney Keyboards
J.P. Puerto Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Quarter Past Four  
2.  You Said So  
3.  Hush  
4.  Black Sky  
5.  Love Lights The Day  
6.  Little Black Book  
7.  Remind Me  
8.  Nothing Rhymes With Rachael  
9.  Coming Of Age  
10.  Leave The Light On  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: David Date: July 25, 2004 at 2:19
Can someone please tell me this is as good as the first disc????

From: cherokee1975 Date: August 27, 2004 at 8:59
Answer to David: You can listen some songs in www.melodicrock.com, see ya!

From: QUEIFER Date: September 2, 2004 at 18:31
Real answer to David: No!

From: Dean Date: September 2, 2004 at 20:31
David-def. try to listen to this before you buy it-if you're looking for a similiar sound to the first you will be sorely disappointed. Def. sounds more modern which isn't always a bad thing but I'm not so sure about this direction. So far I'm pretty up in the air when it comes to this one. For some reason Collective Soul kept popping up in my head.

From: CRAIGDUFRESNE Date: September 5, 2004 at 17:46
I HAVE BEEN A HUGE FAN OF JULLIET EVER SINCE I FOUND THEIR S/T CD IN A USED CD STORE WAY BACK WHEN. I HAVE TO SAY THAT THIS RELEASE IS A HUGE LET DOWN. THE MUSIC IS A CROSS BETWEEN GRUNGE AND FUNK IN MY OPINION. NOT EVEN CLOSE TO THE SOUND ON THIER GREAT ENIGMA RECORDS DEBUT. I YOU HAVE TO BUY IT FOR YOUR COLLECTION, DON'T SPEND TO MUCH ON IT. YOU WILL BE DISAPPOINTED.

From: z4roxx Date: June 8, 2005 at 13:10
Ahahahaha what’s that???Modern,borino…..I think Julliet must ch’ange their name,maybe in Romeo???ahahahahaha.Some reunion is good,some is horrible,this one is in the second case……

From: juan carlos Date: November 2, 2008 at 1:09
Yep, i agree with Dean/CRAIGDUFRESNE, "Psycho Boyfriend" is not horrible ´cos i heard many worse albums but it´s disappointing for sure. Average/poor HardRock/Post-Modern Grunge, Live kept popping up in my head to me because of Kenny´s voice, btw Good Production. "Leave The Light On" "You Said So" and "Hush" are ok. 6.8/10


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