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The American Dream
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Cathedral Records
Catalog Number: 702485-2
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Thom Sacco Vocals|
Keith Roth Bass
Tommy Tafaro Guitars
|1. ||Blowin' Smoke ||2:39|
|2. ||Get Rid Of You ||3:20|
|3. ||Annoying Little Brat ||3:22|
|4. ||Masturbation ||2:07|
|5. ||Battered ||3:50|
|6. ||In The Sun ||1:57|
|7. ||Devo ||3:26|
|8. ||C# ||3:20|
|9. ||Cartoon City ||2:22|
|10. ||Day In The Life ||3:12|
|11. ||Kids In America ||4:06|| ||Cover: Kim Wilde|
|12. ||Chelsea Hotel ||4:51|
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|Total Running Time:|| 38:32|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: August 10, 2006 at 23:02|
|Great album, great band! I saw these guys several times around the NY/NJ area in the early 90s. Imagine a mix of Skid Row, GNR, and the Ramones, with a touch of snotty humor ala Ugly Kid Joe. There are two 'variant' versions of this CD out there that I'm aware of: one full length with a slightly different track listing and cover art than the one shown here, and a 5-track E.P. version. Anyone out there have any idea why there were two different versions of the album?
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: April 9, 2010 at 18:44|
|Mmm music for teenagers of the 90's (Green Day)... not for me thanks, i was a teenager those times and i was listening bands like Alice In Chains, Quicksand, Bush, etc but not this kind of bands with stupid lyrics, decent album not more 60/100.
||Date: January 8, 2011 at 9:49|
|RafoPhönix:absolutely stupid what you write here! Who is interested what you heard as a teenager? If you say that you now have to listen harder bands will do that .. but the Who itches? One should here comment on the cd and not what they used to and Now listen!, I am my stalk for 30 years .... I would not be true then I would not write here purely because this is primarily tied to hard rock and melodic metal and I find this great!
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 8, 2011 at 13:51|
|I don't give a shit one way or the other, but at least his English is still better than yours. Fuck off and go study.
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