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Love You To Death
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Kivel Records
Catalog Number: KIVEL
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Erik Johnson Lead Vocals, Guitar|
Jim Perry Lead Guitar, Vocals
Rob McCauley Drums, Vocals
Ty Sims Bass, Vocals
|1. ||Let the Right One In |
|2. ||Reign Over Me |
|3. ||Shackles and Chains |
|4. ||Demons Down |
|5. ||Black Widow |
|6. ||The Angel and the Devil |
|7. ||Love You To Death |
|8. ||Smother |
|9. ||Down On the Floor |
|10. ||Give Yourself To Me |
|11. ||Mojo |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 21, 2011 at 19:33|
|First off, my disc has a different track sequence, and a bonus called "New Psycho." Otherwise, it's pretty much what we've come to expect from Bombay Black. I have no idea why this band isn't way bigger than they are. There are far less talented bands doing the same type of modern-meets-retro thing, just eating up the airplay in America, and these guys are stuck in Kivel Records, not getting promoted. First track on my disc is 'Reign Over Me," and I'll warn you: there is rapping on that song. It ain't pretty. And Erik Johnson still sounds a little too much like Gavin Rossdale from Bush for my taste, but these guys thrash the piss out of just about everybody else doing this style. A shitty band like Saving Abel should listen, weep, and go back to working in the stamping plant.
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