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Supagroup - Rules (CD, 2005, Foodchain Records)
Supagroup - Rules (CD, 2005, Foodchain Records)
Supagroup - Rules USA CD VG Heavy Metal #BM03
Supagroup - Rules USA CD VG Heavy Metal #BM03
Supagroup - Rules (CD, May-2005, Foodchain Records) Produced by Kevin Shirley
Supagroup - Rules (CD, May-2005, Foodchain Records) Produced by Kevin Shirley

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Food Chain

Catalog Number: FCR0015-2

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (2 ratings)


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Chris Lee Lead Vocals
Rhythm Guitar
Benji Lee Lead Guitar
Leif Robinson Swift Bass Guitar
Michael Brueggen Drums
Kevin Shirley Producer
1.  Ready To Go  3:05
2.  Hot Times  3:49
3.  Bastard  5:10
4.  Let's Go (Get Wasted)  4:11
5.  It Takes Balls  3:23
6.  Invincible Me  3:54
7.  I'm Gonna Change  4:54
8.  One For The Money  2:42
9.  Ruling (Is Its Own Reward){4:49}  
10.  Hog Wild  3:46
11.  Rough Edge  6:36
Total Running Time:  41:30

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From: DETECTIVE Date: November 2, 2005 at 12:36
Rules continues as in past releases consistently proving the Lee brothers’ capabilities in creating punchy attitude-heavy riff rock that picks up where the progression of heavy rock started going wrong, before the worst of the poodle-boy bands had a chance to soil it’s reputation. Finally making a recorded appearance is the riotous and raging “Hog Wild”, which has always been a highlight of their live show. This song could well be the most imminently crankable tune that has ever been created. It

From: DETECTIVE Date: November 2, 2005 at 12:36
It's puzzling that rock fans have not yet seized upon this band, who represent the proud reprobate Hessian ideology in all it’s self-destructive splendor; electrocuted, power-chorded and sent skyward from the din into glorious, slobbering, maniacal oblivion, double goats thrown triumphantly overhead.

From: cook_jaime Date: November 3, 2005 at 11:51
Sound like a harder, rawer version of Jet and that's a good thing. Very catchy rockin' album. 8/10.

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