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Artist: The Deadthings

Title: Who Killed Holly Would

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The Deadthings Who Killed Holly Would Album Cover


Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 2005

Label: Independent

Catalog Number: LP0501


Julez Mephisto Vocals
Leigh Van Hell Rhythm Guitar
Dave Scythe Lead & Acoustic Guitars
Roy Reaper Bass
Nikk Murder Drums


1.  Dead Girlz Don't Say No  
2.  Holly Would  
3.  I Hate You  
4.  One Way Ticket To Hell  
5.  Cemetery Mary  
6.  Hell And Back  
7.  Forever Damned  
8.  666 Wayz To Die  
9.  Deal With The Devil  
10.  Six Feet Under  
11.  Look What The Cat Dragged In     Cover: Poison
12.  Holly Would Video Clip  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: glamjunkie Date: January 29, 2006 at 21:49
what an album! it loses the punk influences of the other 2 cds, and is an awesome blend of glam and melodic rock. 'cemetary mary' one of my favourites.. well actually, the whole album is one of my favourites!!

From: Glamarshmaloow Date: June 21, 2006 at 9:25
This cd is a pure bomb. Imagine that Shout at the devil from The crue is sung by a singer who would be a mix of Steve Summers and Taime Downe and you'll get an idea of The Deadthings. Music has more value than words therefore go on their website and order the cd from the guys. They are very nice and deserve success.

From: Mr Rockz Date: January 5, 2007 at 23:36
Wow, i heard about the band and found the cd in a second hand store. I now know why it was in a second hand store!!! its crap! Who killed Hollywood? people like the Deadthings did. How can anyone compare this tripe to the likes of Motley or FP. I even checked them out live late last year, still as lame as the CD. Image is a good thing, but its useless if you cannot play or sing. If this is the best Australia has to offer on the metal / glam genre then maybe the Aussies should stick to mainstreem

From: rattpoison Date: January 7, 2007 at 4:44
Killer sleazeglam,the songs on the album have got great hooks like Ratt and r very catchy.Julez vocals are a lot like Steve Summers.Best tracks are 1,2,3,5 and their cover of Look What The Cat Dragged In which is like it was done by early Crue.Don't be fooled by the horror lyrics and the comparisons with Wednesday 13 and affiliated bands it musically sounds like killer LA glam from the late 80's with horror lyrics which is a nice change from the usual sex,drugs & rock n'roll lyrics of the genre

From: MARCO Date: January 20, 2008 at 20:05
Not as good as the first one. rattpoison is a member of the band so dont take his comment seriously. The mixing is terrible, Julians grip on the band is obvious here and even more so on the newest one. Julians vocals are bad as his his attitude, and fighting ability lol

From: 20gunsalute Date: September 13, 2009 at 21:16
This album was somewhat interesting. There are some decent rockers on here, but its like Poison doing Wednesday 13 or FDQFP13 without the balls or attitude

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