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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Megarock Records
Catalog Number: MMR 001
|3.||Apache On The Warpath|
|4.||Face To Face|
|5.||Make It Slow|
|6.||Hey, Hey, Hey|
|8.||Wild Jungle Funk|
|10.||It's A Lie|
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|From: M. Allen||Date: February 2, 2005 at 18:38|
|It's easy to tell who will like this band--anyone who likes Electric Boys, 'cause these guys play the same kind of funk-edged melodic metal and they do so better than Electric Boys (yeah, I said it). This band is all about loud guitars, big hooks, gang backing vocals, and an overall catchy vibe that is infectious. I usually say "F--k you" to funk-metal, but these guys are too good to be dismissed. Make your collection come alive by adding this excellent CD to it.|
|From: Geoff||Date: February 5, 2005 at 16:30|
|Once again M. Allen has nailed it, but where he and I differ here is that he doesn't mind it, but while I agree 100 percent with his description, I personally just hate funk metal and although I still own this, I don't play it. Yeah, not my kind of stuff but a good band regardless.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: July 25, 2010 at 19:36|
|Enjoyable album if you are into Funk Metal..apart from Electric Boys i will add Extreme and Kevin Paige(not listed in Heavy Harmonies)anyway the whole album offers catchy songs..."Preacher Man" is a cool starter,"Funky Time" & "Apache On The Warpath" are both excellent ones,"Face To Face" is a highlight along with the nice ballad "Make It Slow","Hey,Hey,Hey" yeah yeah yeah,i liked it!,"There's Something" cool?,yes!,"Wild Jungle Funk" if u wanna dance...,"It's A Lie" closes in a very good way the album...try this band out!.90/100|
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