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Artist: Bombay Black

Title: Mercy

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Bombay Black Mercy Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Kivel Records

Catalog Number: KR026


Ty Simms Bass, Backing Vocals
Erik Johnson Vocals, Guitars
Jim Perry Guitar, Backing Vocals
Rob McCauley Drums, Backing Vocals


1.  Bullet In My Head  
2.  You For Me  
3.  I'll Get Through  
4.  Everything  
5.  Get Out  
6.  Hooks  
7.  Leave Me Alone  
8.  Mission  
9.  Fade Away  
10.  Blue Skies  
11.  Weight Of The World  
12.  Get Mad Get Even  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: June 29, 2005 at 21:56
This is a great hard rock release. The vocals at times remind me of a mixture of Ted Poley, dare I say, and Tommy Paris. The music is awesome 80's style commercial hard rock, with huge choruses and hooks. 'You for me', 'Everything' and 'Get out' are simply outstanding songs, and 'Bullet in my head' and 'Hooks' are not far off. There's not really an actual dud on the rest of the album, and every track I find enjoyable. I love the sound, vibe, harmony vocals. Highly recommended to hard rock fans.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: July 1, 2005 at 11:34
As they say in ebonics, Dis is da bomb, yo! Kivel Records has conjured up another killer melodic hard rock release, packed with powerful guitars, a healthy dose of attitude, tons of big hooks, excellent choruses, and lots of backing vocals. You won't be begging for mercy from this hard-hittin' melodic metal monster...you'll be more than happy to let it abuse you again and again and again...

From: Teer Date: July 4, 2005 at 11:07
A copy of this album, along with Boystown and Blanc Faces, is on its way to me . Life is good !! Comments to follow shortly ofcourse. Check out www.hanglooserecords.de to order your own copies. Great site.

From: Teer Date: July 8, 2005 at 15:22
Gotta agree with earlier comments. This is a great(melodic) hard rock release. Hard but yet catchy. "You for me" is the songs that sums Bombay Black up for me. Killer hard rocking melodic addicting song. Excellent album all in all. : D

From: Lovedrive Date: July 17, 2005 at 6:27
CONGRATULATIONS!! FELICIDADES! Buenísimo, a veces me recuerdan a Night Ranger, por la manera de cantar.. y esas guitarras cañeras a lo George Lynch..Muy recomendado, y de lo mejorcito de este año.

From: Erik Date: July 22, 2005 at 15:21
A great (melodic) hardrock album. Geoff summed it all up nicely. This album really surprised me. 8,9/10

From: Erik Date: August 5, 2005 at 9:06
Surprises me that this cd hasnot get so many ( two thumbs up) comments yet. Well it fu..ing rocks. You like Olver Hartman ? Then get this one the asap. Its hardrock yet with always cathy and huge choruses. Very clear production. Excellent vocals and harmonies. For me the hardrock release of 2005 so far. Even beats Gotthard and O.H. ( by just an inch tho ). 9/10

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From: Blue Charvel Date: March 8, 2006 at 10:50
Agreeing with everyone so far, catchy and well produced. On a side note, that guitar sound is friggin' KILLER!

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: October 14, 2007 at 23:22
Vaya que buenos toques de Hard Rock'n'Roll muy buenos con sonidos de guitarras intensos y con una potencia en sus melodias... asi como en mi tema favorito "You For Me" es cosa de otro planeta jaja 8.5/10

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 8, 2008 at 0:11
Awesome release, had to have this one after listening to the second album. This is no chump band, they belt out some great hard rock tunes and the guitar work just blazes. You can just get the vibe that these guys really dig playing with each other. Listened to some of the lastest album and it seems to be follwoing up wher they left off. Bottom line...a must buy album. 90/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 13, 2009 at 1:40
I'm kinda surprised these guys are so embraced by the retro crowd. This could fit in just as well on today's rock radio, although the musicianship is definitely above average. The singer sounds like a cross between Ted Poley and the guy from Hair Of The Dog, maybe a little Paul Stanley as well. This band is best when they rock out; they don't do ballads all that well. The lyrics are almost exclusively about bad relationships. My favorites are the first few tracks, then it settles in and gets kinda boring.

From: 20gunsalute Date: September 26, 2009 at 0:46
This one was really a vulcan mind meld for me, because the riffs are kick ass, but the songs themselves are kind of melodic, so I'm like does it rock, or does it not? Overall I would say it's pretty good

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