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Category: Sleazy hard hark
Label: Babylon Bombs
Catalog Number: BB014
|7.||Anywhere The Wind Blows||5:27|
|9.||Rattle My Bones||4:00|
|11.||Goodbye Good Luck||3:36|
|Total Running Time:||49:42|
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|From: DOUG||Date: December 1, 2009 at 12:31|
|Great new effort from Babylon Bombs!!!Great production from the mighty Chris Laney,the sound is "big", great songs, sing-a-long choruses, some heavier sound at moments...makes this album a must have!! Well done boyz!!!!!8,5/10|
|From: Geoff||Date: February 10, 2010 at 22:08|
|Nice surprise from these guys. I'm not too fussed by their previous work - a decent song here and there but nothing that made these guys need to be heard by me. But this is a different story. This album sounds like it's fresh out of the 1989/1990 commercial sleaze hard rock scene. Reminds me of Faster Pussycat at their best, but with a more melodic edge. Most the songs are pretty damn good hard rockers, with the highlight being the abolutely killer 'Goodbye Good Luck'. Great disc, guys. Recommended.|
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