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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Warner Music
Catalog Number: 2 29884
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Harry Hess lead vocals, guitar, producer|
Pete Lesperance lead guitar, backing vocals, producer
Barry Donaghy bass, backing vocals
Darren Smith drums, backing vocals
|1. ||It's Gotta Be ||3:26|
|2. ||Who-Buddy ||3:46|
|3. ||Coming Down ||3:38|
|4. ||Stuck With You ||3:34|
|5. ||Sunshine ||4:57|
|6. ||Face It ||3:39|
|7. ||Trip ||4:53|
|8. ||Pool Party ||4:46|
|9. ||Headache ||2:53|
|10. ||Everybody Else ||4:04|
|11. ||Enemy ||3:58|
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|Total Running Time:|| 43:34|
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||Date: April 2, 2011 at 14:13|
|This totally SUCKS! Big Time. They say you can't tell a book by it's cover? Well on this CD the coverv says it all!
||Date: May 5, 2011 at 14:01|
|You can call this a Rubber album or you can call it a Harem Scarem album, but crap is still crap no matter what you call it, and listening to this CD is about as much fun as having your condom break while banging a two dollar crack whore. By all rights this should have been a career-killer for Harry Hess and company, but luckily the band managed to bounce back from this massive misfire.
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