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Category: Hard Rock
Label: D Rock
Catalog Number: DERC-076E
|1.||Deuce - Tom Gattis|
|2.||Shock Me - Gilby Clarke|
|3.||Rip It Out - Scott Ian/Zach Throne|
|4.||Hard Luck Woman - Ron Young|
|5.||Snowblind - Jason McMaster|
|6.||Rock Bottom - Sebastian Bach|
|7.||Parasite - Kevin Roentgen|
|8.||Cold Gin - Jason McMaster|
|9.||New York Groove - Billy Fogarty|
|10.||Fractured Mirror - Dimebag Darrell/Vinnie Paul|
|11.||Take Me To The City - Ace Frehley|
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|From: Jimbo||Date: January 23, 2005 at 20:41|
|Why is Hard Luck Woman on here...? Anybody?|
|From: T-Bone||Date: January 30, 2005 at 9:18|
|Another great tribute album. Shock Me and Rock Bottom kick ass!|
|From: CC||Date: February 4, 2005 at 8:07|
|I gotta say I always questioned the inclusion of Hard Luck Woman,but I guess Ace did play guitar on it,so technically its still one of his songs. The other thing I question is why does Ace perform on a tribute CD to himself?|
|From: Dean||Date: February 4, 2005 at 12:38|
|CC-remember-you're talking about a member of Kiss here-the band that assembled one of the worst tributes ever(Kiss My Ass) Even though Gene and Paul were behind that one, Kiss has never been one for being humble. I also agree that 'Hard Luck Woman' should not have made this. Anyone with a basic knowledge of Ace and Kiss knows that wasn't one of his tunes. I would have preferred a rocked out version of 'Rock Soldiers' Sebastian would have killed on that tune.|
|From: Fat Freddy||Date: January 30, 2006 at 21:29|
|This disc kicks ass... it's a better KISS tribute than the official 'Kiss My Ass' one assembled by the band themselves! I believe the Ace Frehley track ('Take Me To The City') was only available on the overseas pressings, so buyer beware|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: October 16, 2010 at 0:50|
|Very Good Tribute! Wow! my favs "Deuce, Shock Me, Snowblind, Rock Bottom, Parasite & Cold Gin(My number 1)" 85/100.|
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