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Artist: Tuff

Title: Decade of Disrespect

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Category: Glam/Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: R.L.S. Records

Catalog Number: CD002


Jorge DeSaint guitars
Stevie Rachelle vocals
Michael Lean drums
Todd Chase bass
Jimi Lord drums
Danny Wilder bass
Jamie Fonte bass
Jim Gillette vocals
Adam Hamilton drums
All Live and Demo tracks from 1985-1995


1.  Tied to the Bells  
2.  The All New Generation  
3.  Virgo-M  
4.  Down on Sinner Street  
5.  I Hate Kissing You Goodbye  
6.  Don't Complain  
7.  Who the Hell Am I?  
8.  So Many Seasons  
9.  Summertime Goodbye  
10.  Better Off Dead  
11.  Disaster  
12.  Money Talks  
13.  Daddy's Money  
14.  Good Guys Wear Black  
15.  Ruck-A-Pit Bridge  
16.  Seek N' Destroy  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tom Beaumont Date: April 21, 2001 at 1:56
Tuff is the greatest band ever. This is honestly stated without a trace of sarcasm.

From: HG Date: February 17, 2002 at 15:58
Another worthwhile released from one of the best Sunset Strip bands ever. There is one depressing moment, however. When they play Seek N Destroy, Stevie tries to get the crowd into it, you can tell there are only a handful of people in the audience. You can hear individual claps and voices in the crowd.

From: Youngterk1 Date: July 28, 2002 at 15:25
this CD is so raw--I know noone is cryin' about overdubs on this---i like the whole "club" feel to it---it shows the band warts and all...

From: mikey allen Date: August 27, 2002 at 17:19
for such a great band who maybe sold 300,000 records total. god, what a great pissed raw live rock album!!! underground style baby!!!

From: tomcat777 Date: January 5, 2003 at 15:18
were the songs with jim gillette ever released officially? 'dressed for dancin'', 'feel my heartbreak', and two others?

From: HG Date: January 6, 2003 at 3:09
I don't believe the Gillette tracks were ever released. Some demos were made, and they are out there somewhere.

From: Poison Arrow Date: January 9, 2003 at 14:35
I wanna hear the Gillette stuff. I'm sure it's bloody hilarious. Nitro were great, in a bloody hilarious kind of way.

From: tomcat777 Date: January 9, 2003 at 16:16
actually the jim gillette tracks are good...except the quality of the recording i have is crappy...but the songs are alright... jim gillette and michael angelo are back together in the studio by the way....

From: Kristian Date: March 5, 2003 at 15:42
This is truly a great cd, I love TUFF. I think What comes around..... are their best cd. By the way have you noticed how the cover looks just like motley crue's decade of decadence album.

From: Geoff Date: August 30, 2004 at 2:49
A great CD for Tuff fans. I will only comment on 'Summertime goodbye' and 'Down on sinner street' because they're the two old demos from their best days and both are essential glam tracks for any fan of the genre. Killer tracks, great album. I like it alot.

From: Metal T Date: May 10, 2006 at 17:49
...they might have gotten a decade of disrespect,because they were unoriginal and flat out lousy ! Regarding Sweet F.A.--The Tuff' singer claims "we smoked them off the stage" ???? That has to be one of the funniest things ive ever read.(Having been present at said show )Perhaps in the future you shouldn't be so quick to critique another band like "Sweet F.A." that made you look so inept on stage. ----

From: hair metal again Date: August 17, 2010 at 9:09
live recordings here and 2 unreleased songs is the offer here.TUFF is a hair metal bandand i like them a lot.the live songs proove that jorge de saint is a good guitar player and stevie rachelle is a good frontman of that era.the 2 unreleased songs are the highlights in this cd:nice hard rock riffs,big choruses.overall this is only for TUFF fans

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