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Artist: Backyard Babies

Title: Total 13

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Category: Hard Rock/Sleaze

Year: 1998

Label: MVG Records

Catalog Number: 3984 227462

Personnel

Nicke Borg lead vocals, guitar
Dregen guitar, vocals
Johan Blomquist bass
Peder Carlsson drums

Tracks

1.  Made Me Madman  
2.  U.F.O. Romeo  
3.  Highlights  
4.  Get Dead  
5.  Look At You  
6.  Let's Go To Hell  
7.  Spotlight The Sun  
8.  8-Balled  
9.  Ghetto-You  
10.  Subculture Hero  
11.  Bombed (Out Of My Mind)  
12.  Hey, I'm Sorry  
13.  Robber Of Life  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: tomcat Date: October 27, 2004 at 5:23
the song 'robber of life' is seriously in my personal top 10 of all times...this band is the greatest thing in recent rock n roll history.. long live backyard babies

From: Aero Force Mike Date: October 27, 2004 at 12:25
A truly stunning release... one of the best rock albums of the post-grunge era. It's glammy, sleazy, trashy, punky, filthy, raw, dirty, loud, abrasive, heavy, melodic, catchy, sing-alongable, headbanging, air-guitar-heaven... everything you could want from a rock record and more. Truly awesome, 9.5/10

From: Geoff Date: March 9, 2005 at 2:22
If you like Hardcore Superstar, I suggest you purchase this CD because this is, IMO, much better. Good snappy hard rock, but you really have to be in the mood to listen to this. Very good for what it is.

From: Metalmusicman Date: December 31, 2006 at 18:22
The Babies have reinvented themselves and it's for the better I think. Gone is the more melodic, almost 80's metal sound of "Desiel And Power". It's been replaced by a much more raw, almost punkish sound. If you like your rock n roll nice and sleezy, but with it's own type of melody, then this is the sh*t for you. "U.F.O. Romeo", "Highlights", "Made Me Madman", and "Look At You" are monster slabs of fun time, no care, no frills rock n roll. Somewhat hit or miss, but still excellent!

From: Auslander Date: February 3, 2020 at 6:01
I don't think this 1998 album gets the love it deserves. Truly from the school of Guns N Roses if Duff was the main man and not Axl. For me, it's my go-to from 1998, especially the blistering highlight "Highlights" which I dare anyone who professes to love sleaze metal say it isn't a classic!


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