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Artist: Backyard Babies

Title: From Demos To Demons 1989 - 1992

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Backyard Babies From Demos To Demons 1989 - 1992 Album Cover

 

Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 2002

Label: Powerline Records

Catalog Number: PLRCD007

Personnel

Tobias Fischer Lead Vocals (Disc 1, Tracks 1-10)
Nicke Borg Lead Vocals, Guitar
Dregan Bass
Peder Carlsson Drums, Harmonica
Johan Blomquist Bass

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  I Love You So  
2.  Murder  
3.  Explane  
4.  Down Down Down  
5.  Suffer Hard  
6.  Darkness  
7.  Open Your Eyes  
8.  Warriors Of Glory  
9.  Party Pussy  
10.  No More School  
11.  Downtown  
12.  Bad Boys  
13.  Firing Guns  
14.  Kickin' Up Dust  
15.  All Too Much  
16.  Lies  

Disc 2
17.  Something To Swallow  
18.  Strange Kind Of Magic  
19.  Juicy Lucy  
20.  Like A Child  
21.  God'S Favorite  
22.  Should I Be Damned  
23.  Bite & Chew  
24.  Dogtown  
25.  Lies  
26.  S.T.M.M.F. #6  
27.  Bad To The Bone  
28.  Love  
29.  Wild Dog  
30.  Heaven In Hell  
31.  Diesel & Power  
32.  Lonely X-Mas  
33.  Electric Suzy  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aero Force Mike Date: October 26, 2004 at 17:44
Very intersting two disc set. The majority of the first disc is terribly produced (understandably), but it's interesting to hear; then known-as Tyrant, the band are completely unrecognisable - pure 80s metal. Once the Backyard Babies kick in at the end of CD1 and for all of CD2 you can hear their early sleaze-glam days (decent production), which sound a lot like Faster Pussycat at times (the band say they were a huge influence). Only for the die-hards, but worthwhile, cool free videos too! 7/10

From: Dean Date: October 26, 2004 at 21:55
As soon as you see the word demo you know the production probably won't be very good but aside from that there's some good tunes on here. I'm not sure about the idea of combining all of this into one package as the earlier stuff is def. different than what we've come to expect from the Babies. Who would have thought a song named "Warriors of Glory" would end up on a Backyard Babies disc? Still an essential purchase for Backyard Babies fans.

From: Dean Date: October 26, 2004 at 23:19
As soon as you see the word demo you know the production probably won't be very good but aside from that there's some good tunes on here. I'm not sure about the idea of combining all of this into one package as the earlier stuff is def. different than what we've come to expect from the Babies. Who would have thought a song named "Warriors of Glory" would end up on a Backyard Babies disc? Still an essential purchase for Backyard Babies fans.

From: Dean Date: October 26, 2004 at 23:20
Man, i hate when the comment shows up twice-sorry

From: Ribap Date: January 26, 2005 at 13:56
The first cd is just ok, but the second cd is awesome, all the songs are backyard babies at their best, im liking it more and more with each listen. Grab it if u can.

From: Metalmusicman Date: December 31, 2006 at 18:43
OK, it is demos, so the sound quality is not there. Boo Hoo. It's the songs themselves, that's the key here. Disc one is a WTF moment really. The songs themselves are awsome for what they are. You just have to remember, this is not the Babies you are used to. Some of this stuff is even more refined than "Desiel And Power", although the production is sub-par. Disc two is the real treat, as it is loaded with killer tunes more in the vien of the current Babies sound. Worth for this disc alone.


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