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Kings Of Sleaze
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 24, 2007 at 13:39|
|Loud, cranking, hard-hitting sleaze-metal that brings the raunch and the rock in equal measure. This is the kind of ass-kickin' music that needs to be played at maximum volume until they can hear it at three counties away. The rough, raspy vocals aren't for everyone, but they mesh well with the pedal-to-the-metal rock-and-roll being dished out here. No, it's not a masterpiece, nothing to sell your soul to the devil in order to obtain, but it's still a solid entry into the sleaze-metal subgenre.
||Date: September 13, 2009 at 23:03|
|This rocks like a bad ass mofo baby! Starts off kickin' and really doesn't let up much until it's over, leaving you wanting more. Dirty garage rock served up in your face, this is a great one to play and stomp all over the wimpy, syrupy glam. I wish every garage sleaze band brought this much to the plate. 100% attitude and balls, it don't get much better
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 17, 2012 at 14:41|
|The big problem with this release, and the follow-up is that the band sounds like they can barely play their instruments. The riffs are skeletal, the solos are almost white noise, and they like to use feedback as another instrument. All that tends to hamper the tunes, which are aggressive and catchy, but so overly simplistic that many of them seem to drag on forever, even though only one goes much beyond four minutes. Got to say, only the band's self-titled third album is worth having.
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