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Artist: The 69 Eyes

Title: Savage Garden

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Category: Sleaze

Year: 1995

Label: Poko Records (Finland)/Amg (Russia)

Catalog Number: AMG 171

Personnel

Jyrkill lead vocals, backing vocals
Bazie lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Timo-Timo rhythm guitar
Archzie bass, percussion, backing vocals
Jussi drums

Tracks

1.  1-800-Sleazorama  0:49
2.  Tang  3:27
3.  Smashed 'N Trashed  2:56
4.  Velvet Touch  4:19
5.  Mr. Pain  2:24
6.  Lady Luck  3:28
7.  Motor City Resurrection  3:56
8.  Ghettoway Car  2:59
9.  Wild Talk  4:04
10.  Get It Off  3:16
11.  Always  2:48
12.  Demolition Derby  4:13
13.  Savage Garden  2:51
14.  Mr. Pain bonus video track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aero Force Mike Date: February 20, 2005 at 16:28
A few gothic influences creep into the mix here, largely on lead single "Velvet Touch", so the overall tone's a little darker than before... but nothing more than that of Bang Tango, Bang Gang, The Cult, D.A.D. etc. The song-writing's occasionally more mature, but still overflowing with sleaze; tracks like Ghettoway Car absolutely rip, it's a shame that this was the last album on which they truly just performed care-free rock n roll. 8/10

From: RattnRoll Date: April 16, 2005 at 10:48
Just returned from a record fair and I picked up 'Blessed be' and when I put it in the CD player I was stunned, what the hell... Mental note for self: write down titles of the 69 eyes from HH. Apparently this band felt an urge to go gothic on us, F* that! There's more than a truckload filled with gothic crap, make Rock n' Roll the old-fashioned and positive way then we will like the 69 eyes. Having said that..anyone wanna buy a copy of Blessed be? :-P

From: ROBERT Date: April 16, 2005 at 11:09
La Ostia!! Q voz tiene este Tio!!


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