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Category: Hard Rock/Sleaze
Label: Bronx Bridge Entertainment
Catalog Number: BBE0010
|2.||Made for the Money|
|3.||Welcome to Boston|
|5.||You're the Only One|
|9.||Goin' Down the Drain|
|11.||Long as It's Free|
|12.||Nowhere to Go|
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|From: CC||Date: December 14, 2015 at 19:09|
|I really dig this album, but slightly disappointed with the reworking of some of the songs from the earlier Fresh out of detox EP. Out of control and 151 were much better in their original form. Not that the new versions are bad, and for someone like me who has the EP maybe its better to have something different rather than having the same sounding songs on both CDs, but I feel sorry for anyone who never got to hear the original versions.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: December 14, 2015 at 19:54|
|This is a good disc, kind of a GnR-lite bar-band feel. Check out "Made For The Money" and compare with "Move To The City." The only thing holding them back is the singer, whose voice is alittle yelpy and whiny, and not all that tuneful.|
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