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Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: B00000GC08
|3.||Everybody Needs a Hero|
|4.||Do You Love Me|
|5.||Good Girl Gone Bad|
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|From: poproxx2007||Date: December 23, 2005 at 6:55|
|Excellent EP with a blistering cover of Big Bang Babies Everybody Needs A Hero! 10/10|
|From: Swinginthing||Date: January 17, 2007 at 3:36|
|I loved this album! If you can find it, get it!|
|From: shark attack||Date: July 26, 2007 at 12:56|
|10 years after the debut came this slamming glamtastic EP which gave hope to the future for glam(shame we were to be disappointed)anyway an excellent opening with `shut up`(yes glam can evolve and sound fresh)and complete with an awesome cover of `everybody needs a hero` this is a trial blazer which should have inspired a proper glam revival...now if only Keri Kelli had stayed in the band we would`nt have been fed that turd called Size really Does Matter(no Steve,songs and production matter)7/10|
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