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Artist: Sweet Killer

Title: Woman For Sale

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: SPV (Germany)

Catalog Number: CD 084 - 202

Personnel

Adam Lomania Bass, Guitars, Backing Vocals
Vincent Beck Vocals, Backing Vocals
Chris Blashak Guitar, Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  The Chasm  
2.  Watch Out Boy  
3.  Lying Eyes  
4.  Why Did You Run  
5.  She's Like A Scorpion  
6.  Tv-Lady  
7.  Woman For Sale  
8.  All I Need  
9.  Run To My Angel  
10.  Last Night  
11.  Are You Ready  
12.  Love For You  
13.  The Dream  

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From: metalguf Date: May 22, 2006 at 3:48
Is these guys good?

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 26, 2006 at 2:10
Yeah! Great and Killer Ultrarare Sleaze Hard/Melodic Hard Rock album, hey metalguf this album is Super highly recommend for all Rockers, una rareza de un tremendo nivel un cruce de Hard Rock Melodico y Sleaze Rock uno de los mejores del genero Watch Out Boy, Lying Eyes, Why Did You Run, Tv-Lady, Run To My Angel... tremendos cortes llenos de garra y energia un album que hace pure a muchas bandas conocidas 9.5/10 los nuevos Europe a su lado son unos bebes descomunalmente recomendado.

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 13, 2007 at 16:47
It may not be that apparent from the opening but as the disc carries along, there is no mistake these guys try to be the next Accept with the lead singer doing a fairly decent Udo clone job at times, especially on the title track. Overall, mostly forgettable but worth the search for the intrigue.

From: kamd Date: November 27, 2011 at 8:15
“The Dream” will be kick your ass!

From: Leykis101 Date: January 21, 2012 at 8:12
This shit sucks, This guy sounds about as much like UDO as he sounds like Steven Tyler

From: MrMetal Date: September 21, 2013 at 6:02
These guys were really much more of a Traditional Metal act that a Melodic Rock band although they incorporated some of those elements. Making comparisons to ACCEPT is too easy & general as I would say that they were much more along the lines of HIGH TENSION, GRAVESTONE, or TYRANT with Vincent Beck's vocals in the Armin Weisshaar (HIGH TENSION) or "Kermit" (TYRANT) mold. Most of the memebrs were involved with the bands CREDO & PIK while Vincent also sang on KAT's 2005 release from Poland. Another intersting note is that this album was re-released on the same label with the exact same tracklisting one year later (1992) under the moniker & album title of: VINCENT BECK GROUP- "The Chasm" with different cover-art. I have no idea why, but it was apparent that Vincent was the focal point of the group. Fans of those early German acts from the 80s mentioned above would have no problems enjoying this. Vincent's real name is Henryk Daniel Beck.


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