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Label: Triage Music Firm
|1.||Queen of Denial|
|2.||Rock 'N' Roll Pain Train|
|4.||All the Same in the Dark|
|6.||Honey Lemon Kisses|
|7.||No Room for Emotion|
|8.||Let Me Be|
|9.||Love Like This|
|11.||Bullets and Booze|
|12.||Take Another Picture|
|13.||The One You Love|
|14.||That's the Way It Is (At a Rock 'N' Roll Show)|
|15.||One Single Drop|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: July 8, 2012 at 14:02|
|Not sure if it's due to the new guitarist (hadn't realized Devil Jim hadleft until I got this disc), but this is hands-down the band's best disc, and my pick for the party-rock disc of the summer, if not the year. The songs have the most old-school feel of any of the band's albums to date, but more importantly, there are more hooks than ever before. You could picture just about every song blaring at top volume from a convertible on the way to the beach in 1990 or 2012, and with fifteen tracks and only one less-than-great ("Let It Be"--this band just doesn't do ballads well), you can't miss with Bullets And Booze. The band's humor remains intact, but is now less of the self-loathing "making fun of myself before anybody else can" variety. Excellent release all around, and I'm very impressed, whether other albums have left me a bit lukewarm.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 2, 2013 at 12:36|
|I'm very surprised nobody else has discovered this disc in the year since its release. You cats are seriously missing out! I bought it for the four or five good songs I figured it would contain (that being the average for their previous albums), and man, they knocked this one out of the park! It's remained on my MP3 player since I got it (and I have a little cheap 8GB one, so space iss at a premium). The production is outstanding (something you don't always see from a band that's essentially doing it all themselves), the riffs are great, the new guitarist shreds, the hooks are there. Okay, it's a little long at fifteen tracks, and a few choruses are a bit similar to each other. Doesn't matter. If you aren't into Bombay Black, start here. If you gave up waiting for them to break out, give this one a shot. Methinks you will be pleasantly surprised and rockin' all night.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: August 2, 2013 at 21:50|
|I have a couple of albums of this band("Anger Management" & "Psycho Magnet")and specially the "Anger" one got me in rather than the "Psycho"...i will follow your advice Doghouse Reilly and get this one a.s.a.p.!!!...cheers mate|
|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: December 7, 2013 at 12:15|
|Now this is more like it -- and by "it," I mean "ear-bleeding, roof-blowing sonic assault." The previous "Love You To Death" release was lacking . . . something, making it (as Doghouse suggests) a pretty generic modern take on LA Strip Scene cock rawk. And while this does revisit that same style, something about the attitude has infused it with an immense overall improvement. Jesus Chrysler, does this thing kick ass. Even without the fantastic production, the riffage alone would shatter the Great Wall, hammering home again and again on track after track. Not metal, just sheer gut-busting power and groove (with tinges of harmonized sweetening) that rocks the holy piss out of anything Motley Crue ever released. Glorious.|
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