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Artist: Shake The Faith

Title: America The Violent

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Category: Sleaze Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Alfa Music, Inc. (Tokyo, Japan)

Catalog Number: ALCB - 3012

Personnel

Dave Aragon Vocals
Brian Jennings Guitars
Tommy Thayer Guitars
Kenny Kweens Bass
Danny Parker Drums

Tracks

1.  Anti-Heroes  
2.  Suffocated  
3.  So What  
4.  The Pope's On Dope  
5.  Crazy Jane  
6.  My Twisted View (MTV)  
7.  Dysfunctional  
8.  Destroyer  
9.  Public Trust  
10.  Weight Of The World  
11.  Medicine Man  

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From: M. Allen Date: October 13, 2004 at 21:31
This band has more attitude than a pissed-off grizzly with a bee up its butt. Attitude, balls, energy...call it what you want, STF have it in spades. Packed with brash guitars, catchy riffs, & cool choruses, this CD deserves to have hard rockers everywhere kneeling & giving thanks. Sometimes can be a bit pricey to obtain, but worth every last lint-covered nickel in your pocket. Yes, it's that good. Anyone who disagrees needs to have their ass kicked, violently. (Just kidding, folks.)

From: glamster Date: October 15, 2004 at 7:06
Yeah, it's a great piece of modern sleaze rock, very aggressive with a "straight-in-your-face" attitude. The ex-Black N' Blue Tommy Thayer is only a memeber of the band, not a superstar: the souns has a great impact and the songs are very good. Buy it!!!

From: CC Date: January 21, 2005 at 12:05
This is a strange hybrid of a band recalling the sleaze of Faster Pussycat allied with the snarl of the Wildhearts. Somehow it all works though & you end up with a real shit kicker of an album! Similarities can also be drawn with The Murderdolls as well!

From: Stevie St Ford Date: April 29, 2005 at 5:57
I am at a loss to describe exactly how f**king good this CD is! 'Anti Heroes' and 'Pope's on Dope' are instant classics, and check out their version of Anti Nowhere League's 'So What'. Metallica should take note...

From: 80sMetal1 Date: April 11, 2006 at 16:28
Now "Shitkicker" is totally the right word to describe this album. This is mean, straight-ahead hard rock / metal with balls and attitude. We really need more bands like this!! Just about every song on here kicks ass!! What I like about this band is that they don't mess around with funky rock, blues, balladry, or any of these other pesky influences. This is just killer rock n roll!!!! This is like the soundtrack to your favorite football team smackin' the shit outta somebody!!

From: 80sMetal1 Date: April 11, 2006 at 16:28
Now "Shitkicker" is totally the right word to describe this album. This is mean, straight-ahead hard rock / metal with balls and attitude. We really need more bands like this!! Just about every song on here kicks ass!! What I like about this band is that they don't mess around with funky rock, blues, balladry, or any of these other pesky influences. This is just killer rock n roll!!!! This is like the soundtrack to your favorite football team smackin' the shit outta somebody!!


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