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Artist: Bombay Black

Title: Anger Management

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Kivel Records

Catalog Number: KR029


Erik Johnson Lead Vocals, Guitars
Ty Sims Bass, Vocals
Jim Perry Guitars, Vocals
Rob McCauley Drums, Vocals


1.  Without You  
2.  Better Off Dead  
3.  Out Of Your Mind  
4.  Every Time I Miss You  
5.  Masochistic Love Song  
6.  Forget About It  
7.  You Know That I Will  
8.  Perfect Day In Hell  
9.  Crazy  
10.  That Can Be Arranged  
11.  Smile  
12.  Who Do You Think You Are  
13.  You Suck Hidden Track  

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From: hsf Date: May 26, 2006 at 23:08
I am so unbelievably psyched about this album. As much as I loved "Mercy" and couldn't wait for this, it's far exceeded my expectations/hopes. "Anger Management" is every bit as good as "Mercy", but everything was stepped up at least one notch. The guitar work, the harmonies, the songwriting is all just turned to 11. Kivel has outdone themselves with what I consider to be one of their finest releases ever. And the hidden bonus track "You Suck" was the most fantastic surprise!

From: metalmaniac777 Date: June 1, 2006 at 13:25
This CD is the melodic hard rock equivalent of a nuclear bomb, designed to blow your mind, then blow your speakers. This is so good, it could compel the sanest of men to strip naked, run to the top of the nearest mountain, point their face to the moon, & howl with glee. The aggressive-yet-melodic guitars pummel you with pleasurable power until your ears are damn near black & blue, in a good way. You won't need any anger management if you pick this one up, because you'll be one happy hard rocker.

From: Erik Date: June 1, 2006 at 13:39
HSF is justified in being psyched about this album. I liked the first album. Anger Managemant is more melodic IMHO. Thats why i prefer it more then the already excellent Mercy. Indeed a step up. Promesis a lot for the future if BB can keep on releasing high quality melodic rock cd's like this. 8,9/10

From: Erik Date: June 1, 2006 at 13:42
And yeah another top 10 album

From: Geoff Date: June 28, 2006 at 3:00
Very good album. I think it's pretty much on par with the debut. Maybe a little more consistent, but the gems off the debut, IMO, are better than the best off this one. 'You for me' and 'Everything' are better than the best here. That said, this is very good, and me likes a lot. The first few songs are my faves, but I love it all. Cool lyrics, great songs. Recommended.

From: GlenRavine Date: June 29, 2006 at 15:19
Amazing - good release. They def. topped their debut. Good songs and great rock feel. Melodic at times.

From: sluss528 Date: July 17, 2006 at 22:10
wow!!! does this cd kick ass or what! the singer is spot on for sounding just like tommy parris of britny fox. if you like bite down hard era britny fox you will absolutly love these guy's! this cd is my #2 choice for cd of the yesr right behind the new buckcherry. 9.5/10

From: hsf Date: April 21, 2007 at 15:34
Just listened to this a couple of days ago and again, WOW! The album is really superb! One of my very favorite releases of '06. And now, with them touring in OH, I'm going to get to hear them live. I can't wait to see how they follow this up because this album was an incredible follow up to the previous one.

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 8, 2008 at 0:07
This was my first endeavor with this band and I was pleasantly suprised. What a great album !! Great guitarwork and defiently a unique sound on vocals although I do hear a touch of Kip Winger at times. This is one of the better little known bands out there. This will be a mainstay in my collection for quite some time. Essential. 90/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 13, 2009 at 1:46
A few tracks in, I was liking this better than Mercy, but then you hit a long string of pretty bland tunes in the middle and later stages of the record. The slow tunes are terrible, and the hooks on songs like "Crazy" just seem cliched. But "Without You," "Forget About It" and "Every Time I Miss You" are terrific, adn the humor helps. The best songs are the last two. "Who Do You THink You Are" just plain kicks ass, and how can you not like "U Suck?" (Aside from the fact the singer sounds like Gavin Rossdale on that song).

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 22, 2011 at 21:21
For me it is a brilliant album...solid and consistent...this band sooner or later has to hit it to the top IMHO ...best cuts for me are "Better Off Dead","Everytime I Miss You","Forget About It","You Know That I Will","That Can Be Arranged"(sounds like old style Guns & Roses ),"Who Do You Think You Are" & "You Suck"....recommended stuff...90/100

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