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What Comes Around Goes Around... Again!
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Category: Sleaze Glam
Label: RSL Records
Catalog Number: CD-021223
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Staffan Osterlind Guitar|
Stevie Rachelle Vocals
Tod Burr Drums
Todd Chaisson Bass
Jorge DeSaint Guitar Tracks 7-12
Michael Lean Drums Tracks 7-12
|1. ||Good Guys Wear Black Featuring: George Lynch & Jaime St. James |
|2. ||All New Generation Featuring: Steve Brown |
|3. ||I Hate Kissing You Goodbye Featuring: Keri Kelli |
|4. ||So Many Seasons Featuring: Michael Raphael |
|5. ||What Comes Around Goes Around Featuring: Jeff Loomis & Stephen Pearcy |
|6. ||Put Out Or Get Out Featuring: Howie Simon & Lizzy DeVine |
|7. ||Round 'Em Up Remastered Demo - 1988 |
|8. ||Summertime Goodbye Remastered Demo - 1988 |
|9. ||Want Trouble Ė You Got It Remastered Demo - 1988 |
|10. ||Down On Sinner Street Remastered Demo - 1989 |
|11. ||Forever Yours Remastered Demo - 1989 |
|12. ||Ainít Worth a Dime Remastered Demo - 1989 |
|13. ||Move Along Bonus Track |
|14. ||So Many Seasons Piano Version - Bonus Track |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: July 7, 2012 at 16:56|
|Wow great album of "remastered old classic songs and other stuff" by the guys of Tuff!!!...Stevie Rachelle...u rock!!!...it's so good to listen to this kind of "retro glam" even though it has been "make up" still conserves its identification clear!!!...tracks 1,2,3(nice ballad),5( ),6(kick a**),8(catchy),9(catchy),10(catchy) & 13 are pretty good ones by all means!!!...recomended...90/100
||Date: September 26, 2012 at 14:54|
|Re-recordings, new songs, remastered demos, bonus tracks, alternate versions...it's like Tuff threw everything on a plate and served up a smorgasborg to their fans. Unfortunately, the demos haven't improved enough to make them worthwhile and the re-recordings are totally unnecessary, as the original "What Comes Around Goes Around" still holds up damn good to this day. Personally, I downloaded (legally, mind you) the tracks "What Comes Around Goes Around" and "Put Out Or Get Out" and ignored the rest like an ugly chick at an orgy. Wake me up when Stevie Rachelle & company get around to releasing a new album instead of this hodge podge stuff.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 28, 2012 at 10:04|
|The way this band has raided its archives, you woulld think there was huge demand for every track ever recorded. With "What Comes Around Goes Around ... Again," they treat their 1991 debut like it was a Diamond award-winning megahit ... which, trust me it wasn't, nor did it deserve to be. Aside from the most hardcore collectors, I can't imagine who would want this disc. Tuff may be Sunset Strip legends in their own minds, but for the world outside L.A., they were a come-lately, never-was hair-band more famous for their singer's once-cool website than for their very average tunes.
||Date: September 21, 2013 at 18:08|
|I have no problem with the concept of this CD as I love their debut, and why shouldnt a band wanna celebrate the anniversary of their debut album, but what I do have a problem with is how it turned out. The re-recorded songs pale in comparison to the originals. And even with the guest musos on this, the new versions are flat as hell. Ok, it was nice hearing the lyrics get a tweak on All new generation to include the likes of Reckless Love, but other than that, very little excites me with the new versions. The songs on here are all good, and its nice to get a couple of songs I havent heard before, so while its not an essential listening album for me, its still gonna get a few spins here and there.
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