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RUBBER Ultra Feel + 1 JAPAN CD Harem Scarem First Signal Canada Hard Rock !
RUBBER Ultra Feel + 1 JAPAN CD Harem Scarem First Signal Canada Hard Rock !
RUBBER Ultra Feel WPCR-10888 JAPAN CD w/OBI 01166
RUBBER Ultra Feel WPCR-10888 JAPAN CD w/OBI 01166
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Ultra Feel

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2001

Label: WEA (Japan)

Catalog Number: WPCR10888

Average Rating: 73 / 100 (4 ratings)


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Harry Hess Vocals, Guitar
Pete Lesperance Guitar, Vocals
Barry Donaghy Bass, Vocals
Creighton Doane Drums
1.  Spinning Around  
2.  Forgive  
3.  Over The Edge  
4.  Happiness  
5.  Hopeless  
6.  In The End  
7.  Draggin' Me Down  
8.  Everything You Do  
9.  No Doubt  
10.  Running Away  

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Existing comments about this CD

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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