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Dante Catt vocals, bass|
Gary Schutt vocals, guitars
Rick Curley vocals, guitars
Gary Curto keyboards
Nat Barouch drums
|1. ||Blood On The Son |
|2. ||Igwo |
|3. ||Imagine That |
|4. ||Freaks Need Not Apply |
|5. ||Thorn In My Side |
|6. ||Don't Leave |
|7. ||Black Widow Woman |
|8. ||Angel In Hell |
|9. ||Peace Town |
|10. ||Stepping Stone |
|11. ||Poor Girl |
|12. ||Luv Ressurection |
|13. ||Mosh Or Be Moshed |
|14. ||The Jet Song |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 27, 2011 at 21:53|
|I really wish I could love Dante Catt. Another non-threatening predator slaying it's unsuspecting Hair Metal Hunter prey with a cool name! Shoulda known '97 is way too late for this to be any good.The double "TT"s" make you think Ratt but all you are going to do is smell one when playing this CD. Here is a band truly at war with itself. Every other song sounds like an early 80's Punk song (and not good Punk, either) while the rest of it sounds like Funkified AOR Pomp Progressive, without anything good about any of those genres evident anywhere on this album. I have never heard a band so self-confident with so little reason to be so. Phew! Not even a souped up Garage band sounding cover of "Stepping Stone" can save them. Take my word for it! This band have managed to pack everything that's wrong with modern music onto one CD -- Quite a feat in itself, if you think about it, but not one you particularly want to subject your ears to. Consider yourself warned: Do not get it. 10/100
||Date: September 27, 2011 at 21:55|
|Oh, and the title of this CD could not describe the experience of listening to it better!
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