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Artist: Dad's Porno Mag

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Category: Hard Rock/Power Pop

Year: 1997/2000

Label: Robison Records

Catalog Number: RRCD0005

Personnel

Ryan Roxie Guitar, Lead Vocals
Keri Kelli Guitar, Vocals
Stefan Adika Bass, Vocals
Will Effertz Bass, Vocals
Mike Fasano Drums, Gong
Jeff Neil Synthesizer on "The Call (That Never Came)"
Gilby Clarke Tambourine on "Pigeons Are Rude"
Mark Schulman Assorted Percussion

Tracks

1.  Hello  1:38
2.  Smell My Finger  3:23
3.  The Call (That Never Came)  3:09
4.  Candy Lovin'  3:49
5.  Pigeons Are Rude  5:32
6.  Big Fat Song  2:59
7.  Rule Me  2:52
8.  The Ballad Of Sandra Bullock  3:32
9.  You & I & Him  2:22
10.  Gone So Long  3:22
11.  V  4:06
12.  Great Day  2:38
13.  Poster Idol  4:10
14.  Freaks Come Out  4:00
15.  My Bad Knee Hidden Track  4:19
  
Total Running Time:  51:51

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Existing comments about this CD

From: GhostfaceSlasher Date: December 18, 2006 at 10:41
This is an album I came across by chance.I had some change $2 to be procise...It was in the bargain bin....WOW did I strike lucky..I love this album...Has a bit of Enuff Z Nuff to it...And the songs have enough to them to keep you listening.. I thought this would be crap,but if you CAN find it I would recommend it highly... I give it an A-

From: bozoglam Date: November 22, 2007 at 15:27
I totally agree with you Slasher, really sounds like Enuff. In fact, when i first listen to this record, enuff's paraphernalia came on my mind, all that alternative stuff...Good one, i'll give an A- too!


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