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Category: Sleazey hard rock
Label: Deadline / Cleopatra
Catalog Number: CLP 8743
|1.||Pour Some Sugar on Me||Cover: Def Leppard|
|2.||Rock & Roll All Night||Cover: KISS|
|3.||Crazy Bitch||Cover: Buckcherry|
|4.||Don't Fear the Reaper||Cover: Blue Oyster Cult|
|5.||Check My Brain||Cover: Alice in Chains|
|6.||Cry Little Sister theme from "The Lost Boys"||Cover: Gerald McMann|
|7.||Just Between You and Me||Cover: April Wine|
|8.||Rock'n Me||Cover: Steve Miller Band|
|9.||Break My Stride||Cover: Matthew Wilder|
|10.||et It Rock||Cover: Kevin Rudolf|
|11.||Let There Be Rock||Cover: AC/DC|
|12.||I Love Rock N' Roll||Cover: The Arrows|
|13.||Little St. Nick||Cover: The Beach Boys|
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|From: johnny hard rock||Date: May 10, 2010 at 8:56|
|Awsome new job from Phil Lewis´L.A. Guns, great version... The only weak point it is that Paul and Trace has parted ways.I'm sure that together Hard Rock they would be much stronger|
|From: tixE||Date: May 24, 2010 at 21:02|
|This is a strong album for what it is, I would much rather have a new album of NEW material. No Doubt Tracii was a great guitar player and probably could be again. His version of L.A. Guns is sloppy and lousy, however Phil's version kicks ass. Stacy Blades is a great guitar player as evidenced on Tales from the Sunset Strip. I think Phil is better with out him and his erratic behavior and sloppy playing. Stacy is a perfect fit.|
|From: CC||Date: June 2, 2010 at 20:37|
|I am one of those rare people that actually loves covers and tribute albums, and I love this one as well (theres a couple of tracks that I think are bad choices, purely based on not liking the songs). My only gripe is this is now their third covers album if you included Hollywood Rehearsal, and their second covers album in six years, which isnt good when you consider they only released 3 albums in that period. Like most people, I want a new LA Guns (not the fake version fronted by Jizzy and Tracii) album, full of new songs. This one is a nice stop gap, but I dont want them becoming a covers band, as thats what a band does at the start of its career, not later.|
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