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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: WEA (Japan)
Catalog Number: WPCR10888
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|From: Geoff||Date: August 23, 2005 at 19:13|
|Literally 100 times better than the godforsaken Rubber debut album, I actually quite like a few songs off this disc. A couple of nice ballads and a few good, catchy modern rockers. Definately not a fraction of what Harem Scarem is and I miss Rubber about as much as I miss my virginity, but I guess in the period when Harem Scarem was no longer a band this was better than nothing. Definately recommended over the first one. Good disc.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: August 27, 2005 at 23:05|
|For awhile, Harry Hess & company bounced back & forth between the names Harem Scarem moniker and the name Rubber the way Pam Anderson bounces back & forth between Tommy Lee & Kid Rock. As Geoff pointed out, Rubber's debut was about as pleasureable as screwing the corpse of a crack whore who died of leprosy, but this sophomore CD is pretty good, offering catchy nu-breed rockers and good ballads. How you feel after listening to this CD depends on how well you enjoy the modern side of melodic rock.|
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