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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Chemical Groove Records
Catalog Number: None
Eric Asleson Drums|
Anthony Timm Lead Vocals
Jeff Hardtke Bass
Dave Sheffiled All Guitars, Synthesizers
Orignally Released In 1991 - Now Re-Released In 2003 With 2 Bonus Tracks
|1. ||Two Daze Gone |
|2. ||All The Moves |
|3. ||Gettin' High |
|4. ||Dotty |
|5. ||Valley Of Roses |
|6. ||Little Mz. Teaser |
|7. ||Too Young |
|8. ||Man On The Moon |
|9. ||Black Angel |
|10. ||City At Night Bonus |
|11. ||Cry Softly Bonus |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 27, 2004 at 9:43|
|A less glam version of Pretty Boy Floyd and Poison. Very very cool. These guys had the sunset strip down to a t which is funny since they don't look very glam plus they were from the midwest. The cd is available from their site. Check out the samples and man does "City at night" sound like vintage Poison.
||Date: December 27, 2004 at 17:45|
|The band is peddling cdrs not silver cds. How cheap of them.
||Date: December 31, 2004 at 11:17|
|Anthony's new band is Alibi. They play in the southern Minnesota area. Their REAL website is www.alibirocksu.com. The 2 bonus tracks on this cd are actually tracks from their previous band Jester
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||Date: April 20, 2005 at 11:13|
|Pretty average Hard Rock. They sound like a weaker version of the better bands that were on the Sunset Strip LA 80's hair band Daze. Best songs are Two Daze Gone, the excellent ballad Valley Of Roses, Black Angel. The rest are very average songs and fillers. If you can find this cheap in a used bin pick it up just for the songs mentioned, but don't send big bucks for this cd. Rated 5.5/10.
||Date: March 8, 2006 at 22:21|
|I was after this for ages, finally heard it a while ago. What a disappointment. This is so average it's not funny. I can't detect and passion in these songs and I think there was one okay one... the rest, just forgettable hard rock. Not recommended. No disrespect to the above post, but I can't detect a hint of Poison or PBF in this. They remind me a bit of fellow indie band Arazmo, but they're not even that good, IMO.
||Date: August 16, 2006 at 22:12|
|This band was from my area, played the album in my car the ENTIRE summer of '91 - surprised I didn't wear the freakin' cassette out! Somewhere in '00 I made MP3s off the tape, then ripped a CD complete with scans of my signed tape insert as disk art. To this day, 15 years later, I can still remember almost every lyric, tap out almost every beat, and air-guitar every riff & solo. Please contact me (email@example.com)if you have one of the remastered CDs available. - Ace - Ace
||Date: August 18, 2006 at 20:30|
||Date: September 4, 2006 at 22:42|
|Got the CD, thank's for the help! The remastering left longer pauses between the tracks than the casette had, making the transition from Dotty to Valley of Roses a little awkward - added thunder effects didn't help. I also miss the "pump you up" line in front of Gettin' High, as well as the "that's a wrap" line after Black Angel at the end of cassette side 2. But it sounds great none the less, and the 2 new tracks are growing on me. Sorry, I'm not good at reviews. I still love this album! -Ace
||Date: October 30, 2006 at 15:51|
|Wow. One of the worst cd I have heard in a long time I gave this a 2/10 and the only reason it got that is cause of the song gettin high which I did think was a good song and i'm sure it could have been a better song if the production didn't suck so bad if you where to buy this cd and you like acoustic songs that would be the song for ya but rather then that the rest is garbage stay away from this cd unless u can get it for less then a dollar.
||Date: February 6, 2007 at 20:44|
|Some people were born to sing falsetto, some weren't. Unfortunately to my ears, this guy wasn't as i cringed every time he tried to belt it out.
||Date: September 18, 2007 at 13:18|
|This was a total waste of time, another one of these bland, boring releases that should never have been released in the first place.
||Date: July 18, 2013 at 17:49|
|Mostly for Diehards & Collectors of the Hair Metal Glory Days!!! Anyone lookin' for Goodtime Metal and the best track on the album...Fastforward right to "Little Mz. Teaser" Overall Album Grade of C- Top Track "Little Mz. Teaser" Grade of B+
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