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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Broketown Records
Catalog Number: A001CD
|2.||Love's For Suckers|
|4.||Crack 'n A Shotgun|
|6.||She Got Money|
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|From: Carmine Rose||Date: September 18, 2004 at 19:44|
|I never knew there was another band called Wildside. Is this as good as the other Wildside?|
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|From: Whiplash1972||Date: September 18, 2004 at 21:23|
|Carmine, all the songs from above were previously recorded by Axminster, and you check them out here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/axminster I don't know if these are slightly different versions from the Wildside songs for the Axminster release or not, but they are indeed the same tunes. There appears to be several links between the two bands as far as I can see. Anyone else have any info on this 'other' Wildside???|
|From: Melodic Boy||Date: October 8, 2004 at 4:17|
|This WILDSIDE band came out in 1990 on a no name low budget label with a 6 song EP.The other WILDSIDE was from Hollywood, was a late start hair band, and had a HUGE record deal on Capitol Records in 1992. They were in all the rock mags (Metal Edge, Circus, RIP) and got crushed by Nirvana and the advent of grunge. Most people know of the Capitol Records WILDSIDE, and not these guys.|
|From: anamal||Date: October 19, 2004 at 0:40|
|this wildside was from the new england area|
|From: name witheld||Date: November 1, 2004 at 23:07|
|THIS IS ONLY MY OPINION : I believe this band was insignificant and sub-par in comparison to many of the same type of bands at the time. Aside from the hilarious fact that there is another band with the same name that was signed to a major L.A. label in 1989, and released a noteworthy effort soon after, makes THIS band and their little indie release, that sold 17 copies to "girlfiends and grandmas," rather pointless. IS THIS SO WRONG?|
|From: Boston Brat||Date: March 1, 2005 at 13:44|
|I happen to know a bit about this CD This is the original Wildside band from Boston MA 1988 , which did have ties to Axminster . The so-called Axminster recordings of these songs ,are the same as on this release , and to rebut the moron who said they are sub-par... They are infinatley superior in production value , and performance to the Major Label contrived , posed , disaster that was forced to buy thier name at the 11th hour from Boston's own . Check this record out . There's alot to like !|
|From: Studboy||Date: April 8, 2005 at 12:49|
|The singer sounds almost identical to Joel Ellis from Cats N Boots and Heavy Bones. I thought it was actually him the first time I heard this. Its a pretty decent hard rock album in my opinion, maybe a 7 out of 10.|
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