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Peace, Love and Armageddon
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Wax-Tone Records
Catalog Number: WT090502
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Ryan Roxie Guitar, Lead Vocals|
Jeff Morose Bass, Backing Vocals
Mike Fasano Drums, Gong
Dan Myers Piano, Sound Design, Backing Vocals
Teddy Zig Zag Vintage Keys, Backing Vocals
|1. ||Bustin' Out |
|2. ||My Girlfriend |
|3. ||Second Chances |
|4. ||Control Freak |
|5. ||On The Way Down |
|6. ||Beat 'Em |
|7. ||Love Is War |
|8. ||Traci (The Unbelievable Truth) |
|9. ||Simple Plan |
|10. ||What Kind Of Life |
|11. ||One More Day |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 16, 2005 at 11:33|
|I'm not really sure how to describe this, but I like it. It got constant play when I first got it.
||Date: March 22, 2006 at 21:02|
|I'm also not really sure how to describe it either. I dare say the guys hoped it was going to do a little more than the obscurity it achieved (obviously) and that this might be the new brand of hard rock or something. It has some cool modern, well written lyrics, but overall it's a pretty lacklustre affair. It sounds a little like Enuff Z'Nuff with a modern tinge at times, of lesser quality. 'Second chances' is an awesome ballad, there are some good/decent songs, but this CD ain't that great IMO
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