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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Heldorado Records
Catalog Number: US-CD 71481
|2.||One to Break|
|3.||Drown in the Air|
|5.||All I Ever Need|
|6.||Paid to Die|
|7.||I've Been Dead|
|10.||Ache in My Head|
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|From: T-Bone||Date: September 6, 2004 at 4:38|
|Very crunchy Hard Rock CD from this Minnesota based Band. These guys have alot of 80's style such as Motley Crue and Ratt mixed with some modern style like Nickelback and Alice In Chains. Check out their website for a few mp3 samples. 9/10|
|From: VEGASMETAL||Date: September 21, 2004 at 6:29|
|Very mediocre - some good hooks here and there but mostly typical American unmelodic forgettable garbage. Just too American (which in 2004 is NOT a good thing) and modern. Downtuned guitars MUST DIE. Why listen to this when you can hear much better releases like Fair Warning , Pink Cream 69 , Pride of Lions , Backyard Babies or Seventh Key? Don't settle for mediocrity. 4 out of 10 for having a couple of hooky tunes and thats being generous.|
|From: Trick Taylor||Date: April 1, 2005 at 12:58|
|Saw these guys open for Tesla in Mpls. They need major lessons in band promotion. Hey guys, bands usually tell the crowd who they are during a set, especially in front of a sold-out house! As for the tunes, Nickleback meets Fuel meets a band I will never listen to for fun. I just think it's cool that a guy from Tattoo Rodeo is in this band. The gay, poseur band photos on their web site are hilarious. Must have been done by the same guy who did the classic Sweet FA Temptation shots!|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: January 31, 2010 at 10:54|
|While these guys arguably don't do a whole lot to separate themselves from any other fifty bands in the modern metal genre, what they do, they do very well. The guitars crank out more crunch than a bag of kettle-cooked potato chips, slamming home the power and serving up the attitude. Sure, any oldschoolers who believe good music stopped being made circa. 1989 will probably want to stitch their ears shut to avoid listening to this, but those who dabble in the modern hard rock realm will definitely appreciate what's offered here. If you have the nerve to come to this site and admit to enjoying bands like Disciple, Fuel, and Shinedown, then definitely give these guys a go. Assuming you have no problem with modern music, this one will rock your block off.|
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