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Bombay Black - Psycho Magnet CD #56987
Bombay Black - Psycho Magnet CD #56987
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BOMBAY BLACK - PSYCHO MAGNET - NEW CD
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Bombay Black

Psycho Magnet

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Kivel Records

Catalog Number: KR036

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
Erik Johnson vocals, guitar, keyboards
Jim Perry guitar, vocals
Ty Sims bass, vocals
Rob McCauley drums, vocals
Tracks
1.  The Ride  
2.  Best Laid Plans  
3.  Psycho Magnet  
4.  Inflicted  
5.  Knock You Down  
6.  If Only  
7.  SFLR  
8.  Head Full Of Hate  
9.  Misery  
10.  Break Up Anthem  
11.  What You're Doing To Me  
12.  The Last Time  
13.  The Ride radio edit bonus track  

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From: george_the_jack Date: June 19, 2008 at 13:05
hmmmmmmmmm Any comments on this???

From: ninjapeter Date: June 23, 2008 at 19:27
This is a good album but not quite as good as their previous albums. It has elements of new rock whick I wish it didn't have. I rate this 7.5/10

From: Geoff Date: June 26, 2008 at 22:20
Yeah, this one kind of disappointed me. It's a deadringer for their other two albums, but I think that's the problem. I'd have liked to see them progress a little. Their best songs are still all on the debut and they've never come close to matching 'You for me', 'Everything' or 'Get out'. IMO, the 2nd disc was a weaker version of the debut and this is a weaker version of the 2nd disc. They still rock hard and the songs are good fun hard rockers, but they just don't seem to be progressing at all and the songs are starting to sound a little flat. Still, I do like this band and their charm gets them further than other bands would. If you loved the first two, this is worth checking out.

From: ryanthomp Date: August 11, 2008 at 17:29
not a bad album....but nothing like their previous ones for sure. geoff is dead on question, i bought this album a few weeks back. on the psycho magnet track, there's a very small, hardly audible skip at the 1:12. is this a manufacturing error. has anyone else heard it? THANKS!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 13, 2009 at 1:52
One thing's for sure, the riffs are often fantastic. The sound is still the same "modern hard rock," yet more deeply-rooted in '80's metal than just about anybody else in that category. "The Ride," "Best Laid Plans," "Knock You Down" and "S.F.C.R" (that looks like a C on my CD) are great, and the riffs save the last two songs as well. But man, there's only so many breakup songs you can hear in a row, and some of their lyrics and jokes sound like recycled Nickelback.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 13, 2009 at 1:52
One thing's for sure, the riffs are often fantastic. The sound is still the same "modern hard rock," yet more deeply-rooted in '80's metal than just about anybody else in that category. "The Ride," "Best Laid Plans," "Knock You Down" and "S.F.C.R" (that looks like a C on my CD) are great, and the riffs save the last two songs as well. But man, there's only so many breakup songs you can hear in a row, and some of their lyrics and jokes sound like recycled Nickelback.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 30, 2010 at 10:52
Ok what we have in here is a band that tries to conserve the "old school" Hard Rock/Glam sound but it fails to keep it true so they add some "new modern sound" that for some if likeable and for some not..in my case...no comments...but wait,the album has some great moments "The Ride" is a killer opening track,"Best Laid Plans" is another bombastic song,a catchy one,"Psycho Magnet" is another good shot,"If Only" liked it,a kind of moody & melancholic track,"SFLR" rocks!,a great one too,"Head Full Of Hate" has some Hanoi Rocks kinda feel to it,"Misery" is & catchy & "The Last Time" ends the album quite good...as i said modern stuff sound but quite pleasant anyway...fillers?,yes!..some..but is a matter of taste,i guess...89/100

From: elljam Date: July 11, 2012 at 5:34
I liked what I've heard from these guys in the past & this is no different. It has eighties style songs with a modern feel & the production is excellent courtesy of 80's hotshot Beau Hill. A few of the tracks took a couple of listens before hitting home but once there, stayed there


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