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Label: Self Released
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Dale Toth lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar|
Mike Lepond bass guitar, backing vocals
Ritchie Rodriguez lead and rhythm guitar
Mike Bino lead and rhythm guitar
Tommy Doud drums
|1. ||Walking Time Bomb ||4:32|
|2. ||Heart Don't Mean a Thing ||4:47|
|3. ||Fool for a Day ||4:53|
|4. ||Goodbye to Yesterday ||3:48|
|5. ||Talk It Over ||4:30|
|6. ||Sorry ||3:41|
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|Total Running Time:|| 26:11|
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||Date: February 20, 2010 at 21:55|
|Not to be confused with the other Rattlebone band on the Hollywood label, this band hails from New Jersey. The best way to describe this band is who they thank on the back of the front insert. Their sound is influenced by a number of bands such as later Dokken, Warrant, Ratt and others. It's heavy at time but retains good melody. Basically, if you're into mid 90's hard rock/metal indies then this is a must have for sure.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: April 27, 2010 at 16:09|
|Ok/Good HardRock EP, Good Riffs, good solos, clear production but i canīt find any killer track. "Goodbye to Yesterday" could be my fav track. 7.8/10
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