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Category: Sleaze Glam / Covers
Label: Deadline Music
Catalog Number: CLP 4797
|1.||Fuck You||Cover: Cee Lo Green|
|2.||Electric Avenue||Cover: Eddy Grant|
|3.||Get Back||Cover: The Beatles|
|4.||Smoke On The Water||Cover: Deep Purple|
|5.||She’s Not There||Cover: The Zombies|
|6.||California Dreaming||Cover: The Mamas & The Papas|
|7.||Goodbye Yellow Brick Road||Cover: Elton John|
|8.||Mississippi Queen||Cover: Mountain|
|9.||The Letter||Cover: The Box Tops|
|10.||Blowin’ In The Wind||Cover: Bob Dylan|
|11.||I’d Love To Change The World||Cover: Ten Years After|
|12.||Hey Hey, My My||Cover: Neil Young|
|13.||Wish You Were Here||Cover: Pink Floyd|
|14.||The Sound Of Silence||Cover: Simon & Garfunkel|
|15.||Forget You||Cover: Cee Lo Green|
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|From: glam_junkie||Date: July 28, 2011 at 0:26|
|Yuk! This is horrible. No originality. I think they've made a mistake with the new singer. He sounds soooo generic on here that the'se guys will now get lost in a crowd. Lizzy gave them a sleazy vibe that now all but disappeared. I think i skipped thru every single song on this album.|
|From: sluss528||Date: July 28, 2011 at 14:33|
|Totally disagree!!!! This cd kicks some major ass and the new singer smokes the other guy in a big way!!! All the songs are great as they put there spin on them especially the fuck you song!! Great covers cd all the way through!!|
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