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Category: Glam / Hard Rock
Label: TT Records
Catalog Number: TT-CD-4/16
|1.||Just For One Night|
|2.||All The Girls In The World|
|3.||Pipped It Popped It|
|4.||Bop Bop You|
|5.||In The Arms Of Mary|
|8.||Bring It On|
|9.||Crime Against Rock And Roll|
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|From: CC||Date: May 24, 2016 at 19:32|
|not even remotely Tigertailz.|
|From: CC||Date: October 23, 2018 at 13:17|
|As someone who is now a huge fan of Midnite City and recently discovered the awesome Teenage Casket Company, I thought it time to give this album another go. Sadly I still cannot get into it. Obviously as a huge Tailz fan my opinion is probably jaded as it still sounds nothing like Tailz to me. Cheap talk is a re-recording of an outtake I have owned since the early 90s, but just does not sound as good. The dreadful Pipped it, popped it was better in its original "Everythings broken" form that appears on Lost Reelz. Maybe I would have enjoyed this more had it not traded on the Tailz name, who knows, but I just do not think the material is as good as Robs other projects, and is not a patch on previous Tailz output.|
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