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Loudness Dragon & Ghetto Machine (2-CD Set, Mar-1999, Dream Catcher)
Loudness Dragon & Ghetto Machine (2-CD Set, Mar-1999, Dream Catcher)
Loudness - Dragon/Ghetto Machine New/Sealed Import 2-CD
Loudness - Dragon/Ghetto Machine New/Sealed Import 2-CD
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Audio CD - LOUDNESS - Dragon & Ghetto Machine (2) Disc Set - MINT Condition A+
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Dragon/Ghetto Machine

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1999

Label: Dream Catcher (United Kingdom)

Catalog Number: CRIDE 13

Average Rating: 44 / 100 (5 ratings)


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Akira Takasaki guitar
Masaki Yamada vocals
Hirotsugu Homma drums
Naoto Shibata bass

Dragon originally released in 1998.
Ghetto Machine originally released in 1997.

Disc 19
1.   Miles High  3:45
2.  Dogshit  4:45
3.  Wicked Witches  4:26
4.  Crazy Go-Go  4:17
5.  Voodoo Voices  4:24
6.  Recollection  1:56
7.  Babylon  4:54
8.  Crawl  5:17
9.  Forbidden Love  4:38
10.  Mirror Ball  5:08
11.  Taj Majal  5:30
12.  Nightcreepers  5:21
Total Running Time:  54:21

Disc 2
13.  Ghetto Machine  5:04
14.  Evil Ecstacy  4:10
15.  San Francisco  4:09
16.  Love and Hate  6:40
17.  Creatures  5:30
18.  Katmandu Fly  1:13
19.  Hypnotized  4:44
20.  Dead Man Walking  4:45
21.  Jasmine Sky  5:47
22.  Wonder Man  5:53
Total Running Time:  47:55

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MADMAX Date: September 22, 2004 at 15:16
This is one of the worst CD's i've heard. Total crap.

From: ninjapeter Date: March 16, 2006 at 2:53
I agree with MADMAX, this is the worst crap you could imagine. I always liked Loudness before but not this trash, yuck. This is for the musically deaf. They completely sold out on this one but I don't think it's working for them. Change is a good thing but should not sound like a different band. I can only hope they wake up and go back to making music again. I rate this blunder a poor 3/10.

From: Japangea Date: November 14, 2006 at 9:29
All of late albums with Masaki(ex-EZO) are really nice phyche-groovy-heavy rock stuffs.I just do not understand why Akira decided to have older members to re-form Loudness as mucially latest stuffs are not do different to those albums with Masaki.I like Masaki better as his voice does fit this heavy rock style.

From: hair metal again Date: August 24, 2009 at 12:28
this is not so bad as stated above.this is just not a loudness release as we know them.it contains mid tempo heavy - stoner rock riffs and very rough vocals by masaki yamada.the songs are well played,there is a good heavy atmosphere in their music ,but i must admit that this is not so talented.overall this is only for the loyal loudness fans.for the rest i suggest the masterpiece "soldier of fortune"

From: ninjapeter Date: November 17, 2012 at 19:45
Udder crap to the tenth degree

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