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Roughhouse

Roughhouse

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Category: Glam

Year: 1988

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: CK 44178

Average Rating: 74 / 100 (9 ratings)

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Personnel
Luis Rivera lead vocals
Gregg Malack guitars, backing vocals
Mike Natalini drums
Rex Eisen guitars
Dave Weakley bass, backing vocals
Tracks
1.  Don't Go Away  
2.  Tonite  
3.  Love is Pain  
4.  Can't Find Love  
5.  Love or Lust  
6.  Teeze Me Pleeze Me  
7.  Midnight Madness  
8.  Without You  
9.  Justify  
10.  Racin'  
11.  Fantasy  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TONY Date: August 9, 2001 at 10:05
I LOVE MY VIRGINITY TO THIS ALBUM.

From: Hollywood Date: December 26, 2001 at 11:18
Dave Weakley is a hottie!

From: cc Date: February 23, 2002 at 22:21
If anyone likes STATIC X, read the name of the guitar player. His name is TRIPP EISEN who is REX EISEN from ROUGHHOUSE

From: cc Date: February 26, 2002 at 21:41
Another tid-bit. Before they were called Roughhouse their name was TEAZE. The big song from that era of the band was "Party Harty"

From: Tony Date: April 9, 2002 at 10:54
Love this album!! Bought it the day it came out because I wsa a HUGE fan of Teeze. Glad I did because I think I bought one of the 37 that were sold. The record company obviously changed their image and their sound from Teeze which is too bad, but I still dig this album. I've tried like crazy to find out what ANY of these guys are doing now!! Would love to get ahold of them.

From: Bob Date: April 25, 2002 at 0:14
Dave Weakley is in a band where he plays lead guitar and sings...they can be found at www.americansugarbitch.com. Other than that, I know very little about the rest of the Teeze boyz!

From: Tony Date: April 27, 2002 at 19:30
Bob I hope good karma comes around to you man...Thanks a lot

From: angel Date: May 25, 2002 at 23:41
ROUGHHOUSE/TEEZE WILL BE PLAYING AGIN SOON AT SMALL CLUBS AROUND 6-02 ?.look in papers or new web site being made as we speak.they found thair lead singer luis rivera.rex /trip my show for a some dates.luis/gregg/dave are teeze/roughhouse anyway hope this helps you.i will be thair.at the shows.try to keep you informed.big roughhouse/teeze fan.by tony

From: Tony Date: May 27, 2002 at 0:03
Way cool angel. Thanks a lot for all the info, appreciate it!!!

From: angel Date: May 28, 2002 at 0:03
hey tony heres the web site.www.Roughhouse-teeze.com.not sure when it be up.2to3 weeks.it has roughhouse.are site will be up soon.thats it.your welcome.by tony

From: TIM Date: June 7, 2002 at 10:46
Great album!

From: SID Date: June 13, 2002 at 20:23
You are all correct! The TEEZE/ROUGHOUSE website is up and running at: www.roughhouse-Teeze.com Check it out. They will be playing all over- check the site for dates!

From: UGLY BITCH Date: June 14, 2002 at 15:58
Wow, this cd kicks! Great to hear they're getting things rolling again. ROUGHHOUSE ruled the 80's. Should've been up there with Cinderlla. Video was killer! LIVE show was AWESOME! CBS blew it! See you guys soon! **I never went to bed with an UGLY BITCH, but I sure woke up with a few**

From: SLAMHOUND Date: June 16, 2002 at 21:36
WEBSITE IS AWESOME. I LOVE THIS CD. YOU GUYS NEVER GOT YOUR DUE. GLAD TO HEAR YOU'RE BACK!!!!! GOOD LUCK!

From: angel Date: June 17, 2002 at 0:32
you can see roughhouse on the 7-28 02 hotshots westville nj.benefit for and old fried.see you thair.

From: Rexx Havik Date: June 19, 2002 at 7:51
Roughhouse is BACK together. can things get ANY better??

From: Wet Dreams Date: June 19, 2002 at 15:51
Wow, Roughhouse & Heavens Edge! Hey girls, wouldn't that be a night to remember? What a great tour that would be. Hey guys, think about it!

From: Todd Date: June 29, 2002 at 13:35
I knew all the guys when they were Teeze...I actually MC'ed a show in Sunbury PA when they opened for KIX. What a great show! I used to see Teeze at the Pine Grove Inn...They Rocked hard! I still listen to the Roughhouse cassette.

From: Sunshine Date: August 14, 2002 at 14:04
Just heard this band is playing in Telford, PA. Can't wait to go. I have been hoping for years that they would get back together!

From: Slamhound Date: December 12, 2002 at 6:54
WOW, what a show at the Telford Inn, 11-27-02. You would never have guessed they've been away for 10yrs. Roughhouse still and always will, RULE!!! Thanks guys for taking me back to a time when music was GREAT! Looking forward to the new cd. Website is AWESOME! Guys, you look GREAT! When's the next show????

From: 69 Date: December 12, 2002 at 7:02
Yo, YOU GUYS F**KN ROCK!!! It was GREAT to see RH again. Nat, you rule! The drums were THERE. You guys definitly need to play a bigger place. Bring back the kicks, the rockin and the guitar spins. This new, young generation needs to xperience all that! Can't wait for the new cd. WELCOME BACK!!!

From: RichieRocker Date: December 18, 2002 at 2:29
I just procured this tape today and I was very dissapointed. I expected much more from this band, decent guitar work but there music just didnt do it for me, oh well to each his own.

From: 69 Date: December 19, 2002 at 6:58
Hey RichieRocker, These guys are definitly better live. CBS/and Max Normen, producer, really didn't do these guys any justice on record. They should of just let these guys rip. sorry to hear you didn't like it. try to check them out live. you won't be disappointed.

From: Peanut Date: January 2, 2003 at 20:27
RichieRocker-Roughhouse just added a new show at a much larger club---WHISKEY TANGO--- Thursday. February 20th ---- (formerly John's Boardwalk/John's Bar & Grill) 14000 Bustelton Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19116 (215) 671-9234

From: RichieRocker Date: January 2, 2003 at 23:40
Thanks for the detailed information Peanut. But I live in Boston Massachusetts. Thats a little too far for me to see a show, but thanks anyway.

From: Todd Date: January 7, 2003 at 19:09
If you want to hear this band the way it was meant to be try to get their original LP when they were still "Teeze". The 1st LP captures the spirit of the band but the production lacks. The Roughhouse LP has much better production quality but lacks the "ooomph" of the band. Maybe some of that had to do with the lineup changes...the Stover brothers may have meant more to the band than people thought. The solos on the "Teeze" LP are killer.

From: 80's fan Date: January 8, 2003 at 6:55
OH Todd, you're sooooo WRONG about the lineup chg being the reason for the chg in sound. Mike Nat & Rex were xactly what TEEZE needed to take them to the next level. Max norman and cbs ruined the sound of the RH album, not the new players. REMEMBER, TEEZE didn't get signed till the stovers were out and Nat & Rex were in! that's said with all due respect to the stover bros. CBS blew it when they let RH leave. Alittle push and these guys would've huge. Good Luck ROUGHHOUSE!

From: Todd Date: January 9, 2003 at 23:27
80's fan...I'm partial to the Stovers because they were in the band when I knew them...but did they really hold Teeze/RH back? Personally...I doubt it...is your opionion based on factual knowledge or is it just your opionion. I agree that CBS blew it with the band but there is no denying that Teeze had incredible chemistry when the Stovers were there...at least from 1984-86. I'm not starting a war here...I do respect your opinion...just curious.

From: 80's fan Date: January 10, 2003 at 8:08
hey todd. that's cool. i respect your opinion also. i really don't think the stovers actually "held them back". BUT, teeze didn't get signed till the bros were out and mike & rex were in. and that's a fact! but it wasn't right away. it took a yr or so if you think about it. i dug teeze w/ the stovers. nothing bad to say at all. but w/ the chg, rex was very good and kinda just like brian, but mike definitly played harder and was at least as good as brian. alot more energy though. cbs blew it!

From: Slamhound Date: January 14, 2003 at 7:34
feb. 20th-whiskey tango. the old john's boardwalk in philly. check out the roughhouse-teeze website for more info. these guys are awesome! we've missed you. good luck.

From: Peanut Date: January 15, 2003 at 2:46
RichieRocker- Boston, that's not too far- especially for such a good band-ROAD TRIP. Just kiddin' maybe they will be your way soon. Their live act is the best I have ever seen. They have so much energy! I can't get enough of them!

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From: Dan Date: January 17, 2003 at 21:44
i still love the TEEZE album. much heavier than the roughhouse record. check it out if you can find it!!!

From: Peanut Date: January 23, 2003 at 17:38
ROUGHHOUSE posted NEW DATES on their website: WHISKEY TANGO Thursday. February 20th 14000 Bustelton Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19116 (215) 671-9234 www.whiskeytangotavern.com Merchandise available at show CROCODILE ROCK Thursday. February 27th 520 W. Hamilton Street Allentown, PA 18101 610-434-4600 (http://www.crocodilerockcafe.com/) www.Roughhouse-Teeze.com

From: rokhound Date: February 4, 2003 at 7:44
glad to see you guys r back. you need to get on a tour. website is cool. "white rock, 8 ball....." YEAH DADDY!

From: sally mounds Date: February 24, 2003 at 4:53
was at the whiskey tango show... these guys are going to be big. they are still the craziest shit i ever saw. they kicked ass and left all of us in a daze. looking forward to allentown. sally mounds loves allentown

From: rokhound Date: February 24, 2003 at 6:53
great show guys at the whiskey tango. sound wasn't that good but you still rocked it. see ya at allentown.

From: Slamhound Date: February 24, 2003 at 6:59
wow, do you guys still look great. luis, vocals were great. gregg, wild as ever. dave, ugly bitch baby. you da man! mike, lookin good and playing better. rob, you cut your hair but a perfect replacement. good luck in the future. whens the cd coming out?

From: Tammy Teeze Date: February 25, 2003 at 0:13
I get all creamy just thinking of you guys. It was the first time I saw you and I LOVED every minute of your show. I have never seen so many hot guys on one stage moving around like crazy psychos. I would love to get ahold of any of your CDs. Can't wait to see you again, of and I am wearing my Roughhouse thong!

From: sallymounds Date: March 1, 2003 at 1:00
Check out this link rh fans... http://www.rockconfidential.com/RoughhouseReview.html

From: Bonnie Date: March 2, 2003 at 20:04
I was at both the Telford and Whisky Tango shows. Roughhouse kicks MAJOR ass!! Loved the cd in the 80's and still love it now. Can't wait to see you guys again!

From: Rawk_Junkee Date: March 5, 2003 at 19:37
I finally got this cd again after not having it for many years and it to me is still onw of the best cd's of the 80s rock scene. I got to see them twice once as Teeze (i still even have a Teeze shirt) and once as Roughhouse in Boston at our metal haven a the time Narcissus & Celebrations. Make your way up here Roughhouse.

From: joan h. Date: March 6, 2003 at 8:24
when are you gonna get your shit together and get a c/d out of teeze or roughhouse dont you what new fans?who runs this show anyway a dumb blond!we need to hear your music.bye the way your show at the croc was awesome!please get your cds at the show for sale.

From: Peanut Date: April 6, 2003 at 3:01
Rh fans, check out the site www.Roughhouse-Teeze.com They just added a ton of new photos from their recent shows. Their next show is; FRIDAY, MAY 16 THE PALACE 101 West Bertsch Street Lansford, PA (570)645-5677

From: ROCKER4EVER Date: April 16, 2003 at 1:40
I WILL BE AT THE PALACE TO ROCK MY FUCKIN ASS OFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SEE YA THERE!

From: PEANUT Date: August 29, 2003 at 17:11
Roughhouse is about to release 3 CDs, the Original TEEZE CD, A Live CD from Teeze Days and A CD with ROUGHHOUSE material. They will be available on the website and at Roughhouse shows. www.Roughhouse-Teeze.com CDs will also be sold at American Sugar Bitch Shows, (Bass player , Dave Weakley's other project) www.AmericanSugarBitch.com

From: Foxhound Date: September 7, 2003 at 3:01
Wow good to know this is all happening. Hope the response is good! Will be oiut to see both bands

From: Big Richard Date: December 17, 2003 at 19:35
These guys are STILL kicking it out! AWESOME! RH was one of those bands you just hoped something big would happen to them. They really got the shaft w/ cbs. Telford show was all energy, man. COF is an awesome opening band for you guys. GOOD LUCK in 04'. When is RH gonna release a cd w/ all the tunes they recorded but were never released? "Brass Bed Dance", Somewhere Girl", Tears of Joy", Stickin to My Guns"...WHEN????

From: Big Richard Date: December 17, 2003 at 19:37
These guys are STILL kicking it out! AWESOME! RH was one of those bands you just hoped something big would happen to them. They really got the shaft w/ cbs. Telford show was all energy, man. COF is an awesome opening band for you guys. GOOD LUCK in 04'. When is RH gonna release a cd w/ all the tunes they recorded but were never released? "Brass Bed Dance", Somewhere Girl", Tears of Joy", Stickin to My Guns"...WHEN????

From: Lucky777 Date: January 23, 2004 at 2:04
First of all I'd like to say I am a 41yr old dude from NJ, who is an accomplished musician in his own right! I am going to give you my educated opinion. I'm not some BLOND BIMBO who wants to F--k the singer!!! I've seen this band in many forms. Yes, they looked kool, yes they had energy, yes they had an excellent show! As a guitarist & vocalist my self, the best part of RH, musician for musician was the SINGER! The guy was a front man with it all! The guys on instruments were average Joe's. The

From: Lucky777 Date: February 2, 2004 at 4:42
Continue: The band's only down fall was, the song writing was not up to par with the best song writers in the business! They were a great band on a local level! In my opinion, Roughouse/Tease did not have quite what it takes to make heads turn on an international level!

From: erik Date: February 26, 2004 at 10:12
Love this album. Glam ? Mmmm dont think so. Its a bridge between melodic rock and glan i would say. Teeze me: do i hear a'"The Godz" intro here. All in all a very very good ctachy record indeed. Whats all this talk about talent. This is just a good band like there are so many others but just dinot make it. Lack of luck ? Maybe. Now look at Bonjovi. Its a real disgrace what they are bringing out lately. Real bad stuff. Totally uninspired.But they can get away with it cause they are who they are.

From: Lucky777 Date: February 26, 2004 at 19:13
First of all as far as Bon Jovi, it is not who they are? It's what they have accomplished. The have sold MILLIONS of CD's. That is by talent not luck. Whether you like the nu Bon Jovi music is not the issue. Is it selling? That is the question. The answer is, YES! From what I remember Bon Jovi got their start at the same clubs as Tease. Only deference was, B J had the song Runaway. A HIT!

From: Hardrocker Date: February 26, 2004 at 19:27
If you ask me, Roughhouse is a very lucky band! They had the oppertunity to record an album in a major studio, for a magor label! When the investor at a R.C. Fork out the $$$ for a product, and a vidio on MTV. If the product doen't sell, they make a busniss decision to pull the product off the market. Then move to a different investment. It is nothing personal on the record companys part.If you were working a day job and didn't produce, Your fired! Record companys don't owe a band a living!

From: Spell check Date: February 26, 2004 at 19:32
If you ask me, Roughhouse is a very lucky band! They had the opportunity to record an album in a major studio, for a major label! When the investor at a R.C. Fork out the $$$ for a product, and a video on MTV. If the product doesn't sell, they make a business decision to pull the product off the market. Then move to a different investment. It is nothing personal on the record companies part. If you were working a day job and didn't produce, Your fired! Record companies don't owe a band a living!

From: Peanut Date: March 18, 2004 at 22:54
Some upcoming shows... FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2004 JAXX 6355 Rolling Road West Springfield, VA 22152 Roughhouse will be playing with Funny Money APPEARANCE: Monday May 3, 2004 94 WYSP's Jacky Bam Bam Annual "House Of Hair Ball" Cheerleaders in Philly 2640 South Front St. (215) 467-1980 SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2004 The Bonnie's Roxx Reunion "Ginger & Grill" (Former Woodbine Inn) Route 73 Pennsauken, NJ

From: Backwardzman Date: March 29, 2004 at 3:28
Kool, I'll have to check these guys out on May 3rd! Remember them from days gone bye! Heres a band I stumbled on from New Jersey www.snakeryder.com A Metal Mayhem Artist! There like Y&T meets Cinderella! Good catchy music!!!

From: Date: April 16, 2004 at 14:19
This album is probably labeled glam because the original Teeze release, before they signed the CBS deal, was very glam. If you saw Teeze shows in 1984 and 1985...the look was very glam. Helluva show though. Personally I loved the look. If you're a fan of Roughhouse...try to find the Teeze lp...its killer...raw but powerful.

From: Rene Date: April 17, 2004 at 14:12
Great album but i like more the TEEZE album. Anyway, if i remember right, some songs that came on the TEEZE album later also were recorded for this album.

From: PEANUT Date: April 30, 2004 at 23:22
The TEEZE Cd has been re-released, with additional material. It will be available-SATURDAY, MAY 8th at the Bonnie's Roxx Reunion . Check out www. Roughhouse-Teeze.com for more info. After May 8th the CD will be available on the website. *******************************ALSO check out "WORK SUCKS", Weakley is pissed off and has a new band of crazy ass mutha F*ckers! www.AmericanSugarBitch.com check it the hell out. *****************************

From: Date: May 10, 2004 at 11:41
The Teeze CD is raw killer stuff...remember...Kerrang magazine, among others, loved this home-produced LP. I listen to it all the time. If you are a fan of Roughhouse and don't know much about this release...don't hesitate...it was this material that got them as far as they did.

From: Date: May 10, 2004 at 13:14
The TEEZE CD is FOR SALE on the Roughhouse website:------------- http://Roughhouse-Teeze.com------------------------- It is the original TEEZE CD with 2 bonus tracks.

From: longtime fan Date: May 13, 2004 at 0:22
Awesome show on Saturday night, May 8th. It's so cool to still see Roughhouse can still kick it out. You guys rock! And for people who know anything about music, if the band would've been able to mix their own album(the cbs one)it would've been just as awesome and killer sounding as the TEEZE one. I blame CBS & Max Norman for the negative change in their sound. Keep Rockin ROUGHHOUSE!

From: Geoff Date: September 23, 2004 at 7:06
I'm going to use the term 'piss-weak' here. I hope you all enjoyed it. I'm now going to say that in my opinion, this is really quite a lacklustre, shitty album. It just sounds like just dead rock, without any inspiration at all. I admit I really dig the ballad, 'Love is pain', but they even sound bored on that one. Still, a good song but this is just a shit album, IMO.

From: B.Grimm Date: October 4, 2004 at 12:42
My F**king tape just died!! F**k! F**k! F**k! Anybody got this on a cdr or can upload it to me? I've had this tape since '89 and have played it so much the print's mostly warn off. Anybody lend a hand? everluvinblueyedthing@gawab.com

From: ROCKER4EVER Date: October 12, 2004 at 18:32
Go to www.roughhouse-teeze.com for info on the cd,they still might have some left.

From: Jonny_B Date: January 28, 2005 at 15:02
Perhaps this should be listed as an "AOR" album, because I didn't think Roughhouse had the balls or roughness to be hard. Very melodic effort that may not seem like that good, but it does grow on you after repeated listens.

From: Chad Date: January 30, 2005 at 0:16
Tonight is a pretty good track. Not much else really stands out. They look like they would have been much "harder" in concert than what they put on tape for this one. Better than 90% of the music put out today but I agree with some of the other posts. Kind of boring and uninspired. Plain would be another good word to use. No meat all side salad.....

From: LV KIX Date: February 15, 2005 at 0:11
I've had this CD for years. Somehow it got lost in all my other CDs and didn't get many plays. I didn't think it was that good years ago. I always remember saying to myself.."They are so much better live." Over the last couple of weeks I have been moving cross-country and only left a handfull of CD out of boxes. I'm glad this was one of them. For anyone who didn't give this one a chance, try it again. This one is growing on me after having it for all these years.

From: philly soul Date: February 23, 2005 at 0:21
Yeah, this band got a bad break. They deserved much better. And them on record is nothing like them live. They take their tunes to the max, live. What an awesome show. It's really cool to see that they got back together. Website is killer. Just saw Mike Nat drumming w/ the Trammps at the Kimmel Center in Philly. Great job, Mike. If you ever get a chance to see these guys, check them out, The Trammps. Burn, Baby Burn, Disco Inferno.

From: poser Date: February 25, 2005 at 0:30
I bought this disk(RH)when it first came out. "Good Stuff". It was just good ole party rock dude & chick music. Isn't that what it was about in the 80's? These guys played it to the hilt. Great live show! Would've loved to see them on the big arena stage. Oh well, thank God for their music. Nice to see they're back!

From: robert arenz Date: March 17, 2005 at 7:25
i've seen them twice,they really kicked ass.once in "88" at the network,and at the thunderdome in "03" when they reunited.i have the roughhouse tape,and the teeze tape.i'm blessed that they are released on cd.if you go to the wbesite at www.roughhouse-teeze.com you'll see a picture of me with the bass player jamming out.just look for the thunderdome pictures in the photo section on thier wbesite.

From: Panty Stain Date: March 29, 2005 at 19:35
This is WEAKLEY's new band, he was in Roughhouse..... American Sugar Bitch at the Continental, New York_______ Saturday, March 26_______ By: Panty Stain_______ On Saturday night I made my way over to the Continental to check out American Sugar Bitch. I know their music but this was the first time I would "get my bitch on" live. After driving into New York City my stress level was through the roof, as I was preparing for a taxi to drive up my ass at any moment. The first thing I did at the bar wa

From: Date: March 29, 2005 at 19:36
preparing for a taxi to drive up my ass at any moment. The first thing I did at the bar was to order a shot, as I was happy I did not receive a vehicular enema on my way to the club. If you are in New York you have to check out the club. There is such nostalgia within these walls- Iggy Pop, Patti Smith the Ramones have all played at the Continental. The club is known for their award winning sound and their support for the scene. (The bathroom is something to be desired, but hey, after a few drin

From: Date: March 29, 2005 at 19:37
drinks it will do). The club is one room with the bar along the side when you first come in and there are a few tables. So if you want to sit, come early! American Sugar Bitch started at 8:30 PM, so I arrived around 7:45 PM. I found the club all ready full when I arrived, many people were sporting American Sugar Bitch T-shirts. I met up with two girlfriends who were positioned at the bar and gabbing away with a good looking tall Billy Idol-ish looking man. My friend introduced me to Matt, the gu

From: Date: March 29, 2005 at 19:37
guitarist from ASB. He had a quick beer with us ladies before he had to get ready to play. The band came on in a fury, they were full of energy and the crowd was happy to respond back. The singer, Dave Weakley had a strong voice and you could tell he was there to kick the living crap out of us. It was fresh to see a band that could play AND put on a great live show. They gave themselves a good workout moving around the stage & they made eye contact with the crowd. I am sure if there was more roo

From: Date: March 29, 2005 at 19:38
room they would have been up on the bar and jumping off the stools. They were really tight and transitioned well from one song to the next. I have all 3 CDs from ASB and was happy to hear songs from all 3 of them in their 35 minute set. The songs that stuck in my head from the set are: Goodbye, Polluted, Spilling Blood and Passing Time and of course "Work Sucks". The song "Work Sucks" really got the entire club into it. Everyone was singing along with Weakley and laughing at his comments. This

From: Date: March 29, 2005 at 19:39
This song should be the anthem for every working man & woman. Set list: Goodbye 8 days a week Strange Fruit Spilling Blood and passing time Same as You Freak Polluted I Hate You Work Sucks After the show the entire band was mingling with the crowd. They were very approachable & fun to party with. By the end of the night I got to meet everyone in the band. I have seen many bands that do not attempt to meet anyone, these guys were cool enough to take the time to have a few drinks with their fans.

From: Date: March 29, 2005 at 19:39
You can find out more about the band at: www.AmericanSugarBitch.com

From: Kissin time Date: April 27, 2005 at 0:08
ok. I thought this was the Roughhouse message board. Who cares about ASB. We want RH!!!!!! Is it still Gregg, Luis, Mike, Dave & Rob? When is the unreleased stuff coming out? ROUGHOUSE will ALWAYS RULE!

From: BIG-TIME Date: April 2, 2006 at 22:46
NOPE dont like it not one tune stick's with me the vocal's remind me on Vince Neil (but better), I just dont like that type of singing. The music is a bit boring like I said, nothing really stands out to me and I paid a lot for the Jap CD. Had high expectations but splash...it just left me cold. You lot will probably hurt me for saying it but I just dont like it.

From: hair metal again Date: November 13, 2012 at 3:57
excellent hard rock release by ROUGHHOUSE and this one is perfectly balance between a commercial way and a harder edged one!Max Norman produces great as always,the songs are all remarkable and catchy and there is a certain hard rock vibe all over!highlights are "tonite","justify" and "love or lust"!great addition in every collection and i believe that after the vinyl i got to find and the cd!!!!!!!


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