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Category: Glam / Punk
Label: Deadline (Cleopatra)
Catalog Number: CLP0501-2
|1.||Inner Planet Love|
|3.||Partners In Crime|
|5.||Amphetamine Blue (7 Mix)|
|6.||He's A Rebel|
|7.||Black & White World|
|8.||Rain Rain Rain|
|12.||Kiss It Goodbye|
|15.||Vipers In The Dark|
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|From: Cotton C. Lover||Date: November 21, 2004 at 16:47|
|Good stuff. Sounds a bit like Hanoi Rocks (duh!). With this one, be sure to stick to the debut cd. I guess they released two others that are nowhere near as good. Excellent side project by the less visible members of HR and The Vibrators.|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: December 6, 2004 at 22:38|
|Nothing mind-blowing, typical Hanoi side-project that falls into their regular category of New York Dolls-fueled sleaze rock. So if you liked Cheap & Nasty, which I can't imagine why any Hanoi fan wouldn't, you'll enjoy this too. 7.5/10|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: July 3, 2005 at 19:51|
|Just a few further notes since I've been going back to this album a lot recently. Amphetamine Blue is a cover from Knox's other band, The Vibrators, both versions are decent, this one gaining from Hanoi's poppier style... whilst the album as a whole has an occasional dip into new-wave territory such as Houston Tower, but it works well for the album. A very dated sound within, though definately on the punkier end of the sleaze scale but perfectly at home with the mid 80's British trash scene.|
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