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Artist: Manikin Laff

Title: Manikin Laff

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Category: Glam

Year: 1990

Label: Red Light Records

Catalog Number: RLCD 8347


Drew Allen drums
Martin Feldmann bass
Dennis Fecko guitars
Kevin Michael Tobin vocals


1.  Blinded  
2.  Fear No Evil  
3.  Return to Me  
4.  Hungry Hearts  
5.  Rubber Room  
6.  Electric Street  
7.  Looking at You  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Trevor Nicholls Date: June 12, 2001 at 23:19
The drummer and guitarist listed don't actually play on this CD(which is a demo by the way). It was actually Bill Olmstead/Drms and Tim Renow(sp?)/gtr. Guitarist Alan Sharpe and myself, Trevor Nicholls, were in the band in the mid to late 80's in Sacramento,CA prior to this release. Check out the liner notes you'll see our names. Just wanted set the record straight. If anyone knows where any of these guys are, reach me thru my eBAY user ID: RHOADS31982. I'd love hear from 'em. Thanks, Trevor.

From: Jenn Date: October 29, 2001 at 21:56
I don't know about this being a "demo"(whatever that is), I just know this was one of my favorite bands at the time. I saw then play at the Ritz in toledo and they were awsome. The singer was amazing. I also don't think I'd call them "glam"..They didn't wear make-up or stupid clothes, and they were very heavy sounding. I keep checking for a new release, I've about worn out the last CD!

From: TIM Date: May 16, 2002 at 15:39
These guys sound like a mix between Queensryche and Poison with a hint of Whitesnake in places. Some of the tracks are good, but some need more refinement.

From: TIM Date: May 16, 2002 at 15:50
These guys borrowed from Van Halen pretty heavily in places too.

From: purrfect-kat Date: May 21, 2003 at 13:34
Only thing I liked about this band was their name.

From: Kevin Kirk Date: January 30, 2004 at 21:56
I love this band, and they were much better than this CD. Too bad they didn't put another album out. Because they had really developed into a great live band. And had written some great songs that never were recorded.I booked several shows for them in Salt Lake City in the early 90's. And they got better everytime. I think the problem was how to market them. They weren't Glam, or Death Metal or thrash or whatever. And they were signed to a Glam label : Red Light. Would be good to hear from them.

From: andi Date: November 28, 2010 at 10:30
jenny:There is no girl in this band,what do you write here?Itīs your lovely band,yeah?But you didnīt know if there is a boy or a girl-singer....oh what a mistake hm...? PURRFECT KAT:If you donīt like the music about this band i could only said you have no presentiment about the band and this music because itīs great and very pity that there is only one album about the band!!!

From: glam_junkie Date: July 21, 2011 at 21:13
this is a great disc. quite a heavy version of glam, with some metal influences. not a long disc. would really liked to have heard more from these guys. a definite pick up if you see it.

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