hard rock bands, melodic metal reference guide, band discography
Tuff Religious Fix Cd 1995 Poison Motley Ratt Warrant Skid Row
Tuff Religious Fix Cd 1995 Poison Motley Ratt Warrant Skid Row
$10.00
TUFF RELIGIOUS FIX 1995 OOP CD FREE SHIPPING
TUFF RELIGIOUS FIX 1995 OOP CD FREE SHIPPING
$12.95
TUFF
TUFF "Religious Fix" CD signed by Stevie Rachelle Hairbands Hard Rock Glam 80s
$8.49
TUFF ‎– Religious Fix (Advanced Copy)
TUFF ‎– Religious Fix (Advanced Copy)
$7.39


Site Login
Message Board!

Newest Additions
Newest Comments
Audio Samples
Top 100 Rated CDs
Band Homepages
Cover Songs
Submit CDs to HH
Music Genres at HH
Links
Soundtrack Reference

Best CDs of 2019 NEW
Best CDs of 2018
Best CDs of 2017
Best CDs of 2016
Best CDs of 2015
Best CDs of 2014
Best CDs of 2013
Best CDs of 2012
Best CDs of 2011
Best CDs of 2010
Best CDs of 2009
Best CDs of 2008
Best CDs of 2007
Best CDs of 2006
Best CDs of 2005
Best CDs of 2004
Best CDs of 2003
Best CDs of 2002
Ultrasound 2001
Ultrasound 2000

About the Site
Donors
Site Contributors
My CD Collection


View Bands by Genre:
Pop AOR / Westcoast (421)
Melodic Rock / AOR (1934)
80s Hard Rock (4228)
Modern Hard Rock (180)
Sleaze Glam (737)
Melodic Metal (668)
Prog Rock (236)
Southern or Blues Rock (150)
Instrumental Wizards (179)
Search ALL of Heavy Harmonies: Search specific categories:

   

THE Hard Rock and AOR Reference on the Internet!

Bands: 8735     CDS: 20700     Songs: 245700

March 18, 2020: Annual Donation Drive Postponed

With everything going on in the world right now, people have more important concerns and priorities to deal with, so I am postponing the annual Heavy Harmonies Donation Drive until later in 2020. Stay safe everyone! -Dan



(Banner ads are FREE for bands and labels. Email me if interested.)

Donate $50    Donate $20    Donate $10    Donate $5    Donate $2   
Your ongoing support of Heavy Harmonies is appreciated!

#s A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Compilations    Soundtracks    Tributes

[Tuff Band Picture]

Tuff

Religious Fix

Tuff Homepage

(click on Artist's name above to return to artist's main page)

Category: Glam

Year: 1995

Label: Mausoleum

Catalog Number: 71278-60001-2

Average Rating: 75 / 100 (15 ratings)

ratings

(Log in to rate this CD)

Tuff Religious Fix Album Cover

Search eBay - Buy-It-Now Items

Search eBay - Auctions

Personnel
Stevie Rachelle vocals
Jorge DeSaint guitar
Jamie Fonte bass
Jimi Lord drums
Tracks
1.  Tied To The Bells  4:44
2.  Daddy's Money  4:35
3.  Better Off Dead  4:33
4.  I Like What I See  4:08
5.  Sixteen Tons  3:38
6.  Follow The Loser  3:21
7.  Rattle My Bones  2:46
8.  In Dogs We Trust  2:25
9.  Electric Church  3:18
10.  God Bless This Mess  4:03
11.  Simon Says  9:48
  
Total Running Time:  47:19

If you see any errors or omissions in the CD information shown above, either in the musician credits or song listings (cover song credits, live tracks, etc.), please post them in the corrections section of the Heavy Harmonies forum/message board.

The music discographies on this site are works in progress. If you notice that a particular Tuff CD release or compilation is missing from the list above, please submit that CD using the CD submission page. The ultimate goal is to make the discographies here at Heavy Harmonies as complete as possible. Even if it is an obscure greatest-hits or live compilation CD, we want to add it to the site. Please only submit official CD releases; no bootlegs or cassette-only or LP-only releases.

EPs and CD-singles from Tuff are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length.




Existing comments about this CD

From: HG Date: February 17, 2002 at 16:00
My favorite release of theirs. They stuck to the religios theme on quite a few songs. The music is a little edgier than the first CD.

From: David Date: May 5, 2002 at 1:26
I have over 1000 hard rock/heavy metal/sleaze metal/hair metal cd's and this is in the top 15 for sure!!!!!!!!!!

From: David Date: August 16, 2002 at 4:12
Purrfect Kat I don't mean to telling you what to buy, but I get an idea of what you like and if you don't have this album you really are missing out because this really is in my top ten and I have 1000's like you. Just an unbelievable release!

From: mikey allen Date: August 27, 2002 at 17:16
again i must say this c.d. is more darker than any tuff c.d. but its still one of my top 10 cds of all time. buy it fucker!!!!!!!

From: vixen Date: September 10, 2002 at 12:33
uhmmm...uhmm...i got this album and What goes around...after all these years and listening to em over and over again I still cant make up my mind which one i like best. Both albums have excellent trax on em. I think this one deals with more serious issues tho and if i count the trax i like on this one and on What goes around...then i think Relious Fix would win the race. But like i said i love em both. TUFF has always been one of my fav. bands....they always will!!!!

From: scott Date: May 9, 2003 at 2:45
This disc also includes a hidden track called "Everything Just Makes Me Sick."

From: riz (japan) Date: November 15, 2003 at 14:33
i have their "what comes around~" and "fist first". this album looks like containing all songs of "fist~". are they different takes?

From: riz Date: November 15, 2003 at 14:45
i'm sorry i've found the answer in the other page about "fist~" of this site. on some songs of this album robbie crane (RATT) supported them as a bassist.

From: LIGHTNINGSTRIKE Date: April 13, 2004 at 16:14
I will just say this...During the first 10 seconds of the first song, I knew this CD was killer. An absolute must have for all Tuff fans. Possibly their BEST release to date.

From: Lucas Date: May 4, 2004 at 3:51
Excelent cd!!! Great band, style and soul. I trade glam cds, contact me: lhgordo@yahoo.com

From: Gar Date: May 10, 2004 at 18:36
Thought "I Like What I see " was a very good song, but I couldn't really get into the rest of the disc. The other songs just didn't grab me for some reason. I love this style of music and this isn't a bad disc at all... but for me is was kind of a letdown.

From: sinnerboy Date: May 12, 2004 at 21:03
100% kick ass rock n roll. I also have what comes around goes around. Both cd's are kickin' but they are very different musically. depending on my mood I cannot decide which of the cd's i like better. The reason for "fist" and religious fix having the same songs, I believe thier record company dropped them for some reason then they got another record deal who re released it as regigious fix. something to that nature.

From: Geoff Date: August 30, 2004 at 2:46
Though I would not call this one glam, I would call it a great CD. Very heavy, especially for Tuff, and equipped with some killer tunes. 'Tied to the bells' is a fave. I used to have 'Fist first' but sold it and paid to get this one with the two extra tracks - very smart move because 'Daddy's money' and 'Follow the loser' are two of the best. 'Rattle my bones' is still my favourite track though. Great CD!

From: Hairball John Date: November 26, 2004 at 21:29
This is my favorite Tuff disc. I played "Tied to the Bells" non-stop for days when I first got it years ago and just played it this weeks by request during The Hairball John Radio Show. Check out the audio interview with Reb Beach that we conducted early 2004. He is a great guy and shares a hysterical story on how Beavis and Butthead destroyed their career. Check out The Hairball John Radio show every week at www.hairballjohn.com for many of the lost classics and new kick ass tunes. The Hairball

From: C.J. SCHECK Date: December 30, 2004 at 17:05
I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT TUFF!! I have been a fan of the bands since '88. I have lots of demo's, video's, CD's so on and so on. Tuff KICK's ASS!! This is a MUST!!!

From: CurtisLoew Date: January 5, 2005 at 16:00
I was stunned by how much I dug this. Miles better than the debut.

From: sean Date: January 14, 2005 at 8:28
I ordered this cd on Amazon.com this week and can't wait to listen to it. I should receive it in the mail by tomorrow. I never heard any ot their music before as strange as that sounds and I am a huge heavy metal fan!

From: wzcj02 Date: December 12, 2006 at 14:23
Unique sound to other bands.....poor songs on this release.

From: shark attack Date: January 27, 2008 at 10:24
Heavier and darker than the debut platter of cheese in a misguided attempt at being taken seriously(hey if u call yourself TUFF no-one will ever take u seriously!!)TUFF`s 3rd release displays all the traits of a band in terminal decay with a set of songs to which melody is as scarce as Stevie Rachelle's hair.Whilst not as bad as other pathetic attempts to re invent themselves. This should have been left to fester in the bottom of a septic sludge tank found in a heavy metals factory.40/100

From: GlamSlam Date: August 23, 2009 at 23:58
Compare to firs cd this was disapointment, but when u give some time u will see that this aint not so bad. First was awesome glam release this is darker n more mature release, but still many good songs.

From: hair metal again Date: April 19, 2010 at 6:03
this is darker and heavier than the awesome debut,but ballsy and hard rockin all the way.jorge de saint prooves to be an excellent guitarist and steve s voice is more rough.many good songs like "tied to the bells","rattle my bones","in dogs we trust".overall not so good as their first ,but they released authentic hard rock music in a very difficult time.big thumps up

From: CC Date: August 2, 2018 at 18:39
Like so many bands, come the mid 90s they changed their sound somewhat due to the changing musical climate. Unlike many others though they did not go all out in trying to sound more grunge or indy etc, they just tweaked their sound a little. A bit heavier than the debut, a bit less "glam", but with a bit more "sleaze". Certainly more "modern" sounding than the debut Daddys money, Tied to the bells or God bless this mess still had enough of an old school sound to sit easily alongside anything from the debut on a Tuff playlist. Tied to the bells is easily the highlight of this one for me, but Daddys money or Follow the loser are great songs too. Glad I held off on purchasing Fist first, and picked this one instead.


You cannot leave comments for this CD because you are not currently logged in. Please click here to log in or create a Username for leaving comments.

#s A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Compilations    Soundtracks    Tributes

Designed and maintained by Webmaster
© 1998-2020. All rights reserved.
Privacy Policy

Top