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Artist: Herazz

Title: Boogeyman

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Category: Hard Rock/Sleeze

Year: 1995

Label: Independent

Catalog Number: None


Dave Beck Drums, Vocals
Ken Kruz Lead Vocals
John Lanzetta Bass, Vocals
Virgil Napier Guitars, Vocals


1.  Can't Stop Rock  
2.  Rulers  
3.  Boogeyman  
4.  Now Or Never  
5.  Reaction  
6.  Ode To J.B.  
7.  Stupid Idiot  
8.  Don't Go  
9.  Sleeping Alone  
10.  Who Am I  
11.  Livin' For The Night  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: z4roxx Date: April 5, 2005 at 8:48
That's incredible there aren't comments here,this band is a bomb!Ok,average production as an indie but it's great sleazy/glam metal.Good and strong vocals,some great hook,I don't find fillers here.For fans of Tuff,Mad Margritt,Cleavage,Illegal,Paradise and Guns'n'Roses this is a very recommendable cd,IMO.

From: HeavyMetalHero Date: January 8, 2006 at 9:23
Nice sleaze indie, especially for the time. In parts it's a bit heavier than you might think, and can bring to mind early Motley Crue or the first Ratt EP as much as Tuff and Tongue N Groove--these guys really had the party anthem and gang chorus thing down. Too bad the cover and layout are really bad, other than the songtitles you could easily mistake the look of the CD for bar rock or cheap power metal. I do have some originals left for trade/sale, contact metal_onslaught AT hotmail DOT com.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 24, 2006 at 20:56
Good Sleazy/Glam similar to Motley Crue Tuff or Guns N Roses but the same title from 1987 is by far higher, buen album sin mas a diferencia de sus anteriores trabajos en especial el del 87 bueno aca no practican el estilo que a mi personalmente me gusta y que es superior que es el Hard Melodico sino un Glam Sleazy 7/10.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: March 17, 2010 at 10:35
If you're in the mood for some some sweet, soft, subtle lovemaking music to set the romantic mood...well, this sure as hell ain't it. But if you're in the market for a good, solid, heavy-edged sleaze-metal indie that packs a punch and really likes its gang vocal choruses, then this should be right up your alley.

From: andi Date: October 26, 2011 at 11:36
!!!!!KICK ASS SLEAZY HARDROCK!!!Style like Mötley Crüe(Dr.Feelgood)Kix Tuff and a Razor of Fastway!!!Great Guitars and great Choirs!!!

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