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Catalog Number: TSCD 3
|2.||Dead End Cruisin'|
|4.||Home Sweet Hell|
|6.||Cheap To Keep|
|7.||Little Surfin' Demonbabe|
|9.||I Met Elvis At The Nudybar|
|10.||Born To Butch|
|11.||Me, Mike & John Wayne|
|12.||Less Than Zero|
|13.||Every Little Thing|
|14.||Monsters Prefer Blondes|
|15.||Wu Tang Sucks|
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|From: Carmine Rose||Date: October 20, 2004 at 12:03|
|I've never heard this, but judging by the title of the album, it sounds to me like it's a Sleeze Beez clone!|
|From: Dean||Date: October 20, 2004 at 16:41|
|Judging by song titles I'd have to say these guys don't listen to much Sleeze Beez regardless of the cd title. "I met elvis at the nudybar" and "little surfin' demonbabe" and the name of the singer Beef Bonanza sound more like something GWAR would do.|
|From: tomcat||Date: October 27, 2004 at 9:52|
|rock n roll !!! i dig this cd alot..i can understand many people that visit this site will not dig this album, but if you like rock n roll , with a twist of sleaze and a loud production..this is your band.. far more better than all those new sleaze bands around..|
|From: Dean||Date: October 27, 2004 at 13:01|
|Tomcat-who do these guys sound like?|
|From: tomcat||Date: October 28, 2004 at 1:54|
|They sound as a louder version of hardcore superstar, backyard babies etc etc...with an attitude Elvis Presley invented and also some sort of remembrance to Johnny Cash,the man in black. SOunds cryptic but i really dig this disc. I have to note that this band from times to times play on hardcore festivals, but it really has nothing to do with that..i must say. They have a huge fanbase in Germany but for me it's kickass rock n roll..|
|From: 20gunsalute||Date: September 13, 2009 at 21:04|
|These guys actually have 4 albums, and they all are about the same. They all have a couple good rockers, but they kind of stand that line between straight out rockin' and pop punk, and wander a little too far over to the feelgood pop punk for my tastes. Some of the more rockin' songs are decent though|
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