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Label: Down Boys Records
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|From: CC||Date: July 10, 2012 at 16:47|
|This EP gathers together the three singles that were released digitally between 2010 and 2011, and adds the instrumental version of Alive as a bonus. Its such a shame that not long after these were released, and the band toured Europe, Rick left the band to continue with his main band Ladyjack, and the rest of the band gradually went their separate ways. The three songs a basically two rockers and a ballad. The two rockers have a vibe not a million miles away from Appetite for destruction, but the ballad (Fading) is a little more modern. Over all its a great little EP with 3 brilliant songs. Steve now has a new band just under the name Adler, and has so far released a single/video called The one that you hated. Its certainly worth checking out as well, and follows a more modern path than the Adlers Appetite stuff.|
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