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Artist: Uncle Sam

Title: Heaven Or Hollywood

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Uncle Sam Heaven Or Hollywood Album Cover

 

Category: Sleaze Rock

Year: 1987

Label: Skeller Records

Catalog Number: 3MC3

Personnel

Dave Gentner Vocals
Larry Miller Guitar
Bill Purol Bass
Jeff Mann Drums

Tracks

1.  Live For The Day  
2.  Don't Be Shy  
3.  Alice D.  
4.  No Reason Why  
5.  The Candyman  
6.  Don't You Ever  
7.  All Alone  
8.  Peace Of Mind, Piece Of Body  
9.  Under Sedation  
10.  Heaven Or Hollywood  
11.  Steppin' Stone    Cover: The Monkees
12.  Train Kept A'Rollin    Cover: Tiny Bradshaw

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Dean Date: February 7, 2005 at 13:05
Always wanted to hear this but never could find it. I have 'Letters from London' but wasn't impressed with it.

From: Wattage Date: February 23, 2005 at 17:05
Ahh the nastiest, baddest band outta Rochester, NY!!! Kerrang damn near shit themselves over these guys when they came out. I love this album, mean and dirty with no regard for niceties. Letters to London is a killer disc, Whiskey Slick alone is worth the whole disc!!! and Fourteen Women...15 Days is a trash masterpiece. I am going to have to get these in for submission post haste!

From: Geoff Date: February 24, 2005 at 5:21
Wow, I could run my tongue across that cover! Like Dean I was very unimpressed with 'Letters from London' (In fact I was shocked at how bad it is), but unfortunately I have no desire to hear this... though I would if it landed in my lap as there was some fuss about these guys back in the day and I'd love to know why - maybe it was this disc.

From: Rockhead Date: February 24, 2005 at 9:13
I have a vinyl copy which has the the chick on the cover in the buff (no pants). Very tasteful LOL

From: robfilardo Date: July 11, 2005 at 11:40
i am currently involved in a new musical project w/former Uncle Sam singer Dave Gentner called The Veins(www.theveins.com) if anyone's interested. Also i have PLENTY of Uncle Sam product for sale!

From: Nick C Date: December 9, 2005 at 15:56
I ran out and bought this after Kerrangs ravings and remember at the time wondering what all the fuss was about. Nearly 20 years on I still can't decide if I like it or not, I like the song Live for the Day which is just so heavy but none of the rest of the songs really stuck with me apart from Alice D. There must be something I like about it as I still have my copy... I might give it a spin again tomorrow and see if it rocks my world a little more!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 30, 2011 at 19:47
For me this band had Alice Cooper's vintage sound in mind when they recorded this album,plus adding some punky rock and roll feel too that reminded me of the Finnish band Smack..."Don't Be Shy","No Reason Why","Don't You Ever"( ),"All Alone","Piece Of Mind,Piece Of Body","Under Sedation" & the cover of Tiny Bradshaw "Train Kept A' Rollin'"(kick a** one!)are my faves...70/100


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