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Category: Glam Rock
Label: Cherry Red Records
Catalog Number: CDMRED 237
|2.||You Drive Me Wild|
|3.||Is It Day or Night?|
|5.||Rock and Roll|
|10.||Dead End Justice|
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|From: Japangea||Date: November 1, 2009 at 2:53|
|I remember that they were in trouble when they hit Japan first time.Cherie became very famous with her underwear,then other members were jelous and started saying we would do the same on stage.|
|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: June 9, 2013 at 12:54|
|Creem Magazine, April 1977: "These bitches suck." Some of us are (barely) old enough to remember that epic dismissal, and it's not any less potent today. Stoner Band revisionism would have us believe the Runaways were actually "ahead of their time" and other rationalizing horseshit that fans use to justify their devotion to this sloppy, sludgy affair. I was never impressed. But if I were forced (say, at gunpoint) to choose a favorite Runaways release, I'd pick this for its consistency. They amply straddle the line between Punk and Garage Rock with a touch of Suzi Quatro Glam boogie (although Suzi really could play), with a sonic quality similar to Starz' debut (but nowhere near the greatness of that band). The standout is probably "Rock N Roll" (more cowbell!), but there's also some pretty terrible shit here too ("Lovers," "Blackmail"). Just don't think you're going to be in for anything resembling accomplished musicianship and you'll probably feel better about the experience. 50 / 100|
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