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Artist: Jesse Strange

Title: Looking For Some Strange

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Strange Records

Catalog Number: 3979

Personnel

Grant Tibor Lead Vocals
Scott Migone Guitars
Dan Lullie Bass & Vocal Harmony
Paul Trust Drums & Keyboards

Tracks

1.  If Whiskey Was A Woman  
2.  Looking For Some Strange  
3.  Boggy Creek  
4.  Bottom Of The Bottle  
5.  What's Loving For  
6.  My Kind Of Lover  
7.  Wildside Of Heaven  
8.  The Island Song  
9.  Another Silent Night  
10.  It's My Life  
11.  Sex Is Suicide  
12.  Revelation Bonus Track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Danny Date: February 11, 2006 at 16:25
Hello all, If you're "Looking For Some Strange" you can find it here. http://cdbaby.com/cd/jstrange

From: metalmaniac777 Date: February 15, 2006 at 19:28
Just a jaw-droppingly-excellent follow-up to the band's highly-respected debut. The group's name may be strange, but it would be stranger if hair-metal fans didn't take to this like a nymphomaniac taking to a John Holmes-size dick. If you're looking for cranking riffs, hot hooks, plenty of attitude & swagger, and some catchy choruses with lots of big vocals, then get your hands on this puppy pronto. This is a 4-star, full-throttle melodic hard rock album, destined to be one of the year's best.

From: David Date: February 16, 2006 at 1:50
Congratulations Dan on a great job in getting this classic out. Brilliant cover artwork and the production is out of this world. Plain and simple, the best attitude driven, late 80's, early 90's hard rock CD released in a decade. Probably the best CD released since Slaughter's Fear No Evil. Dave

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From: Blue Charvel Date: March 31, 2006 at 15:21
This is everything I look for in a hard rock band; driving rhythms, lotsa guitar, lotsa hooks and a good production. LFS has it all in spades. If you like Sweet FA, Beau Nasty, Wildside, etc. you will most certainly like this too. 9/10

From: spawn71 Date: April 4, 2006 at 12:24
There's no need of many words... This is one of the best releases for 2006, a great come back for one of the best bands from the early '90s! GET IT NOW!!!!!!!!

From: Geoff Date: April 4, 2006 at 22:20
As a fan of 80's hard rock it's hard to go past this one. I'd probably put it just behind Sweet Cheater, and just ahead of Miss Crazy for 2006 releases. Basically, I love all 3 releases and it's great to see some 100% pure 80's style hard rock belting our ears for the first time in 2006. I probably still prefer the debut, but this is just killer hard rock, start to finish. 'If whiskey was a woman' is one of my faves. Love the sex-scented lyrics throughout too. Great disc.

From: Muddley Date: May 21, 2006 at 11:55
http://www.rocknation.dk/?mainpage=interview/jesse_strange.php Check out the Interview I did with Grant last week. I feel obliged to support bands like that, who releases true 80's hard rock............and NOT jumpin' on the record companies wishes about NU-metal. Thumbs up for Jesse Strange.

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 17:16
******************************Con este comentario no pretendo ser demasiado objetivo, cuando ya tengo previo conocimiento de que Jesse Strange es una banda de puta madre; solo me queda ver si vuelven a repetir la buena química de su cd homónimo de hace 14 años atrás o van a cambiar de estilo. Por suerte no me defraudaron, ni bien escucho el primer alarido de Grant me doy cuenta de que Jesse Strange vuelven con toda la carga, la fuerza, y el mejor espíritu fiestero que requiere uno de las

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 17:17
mejores corrientes roqueras que dio la historia, el hard rock. Por suerte cuando hago mis reviews de cds, estoy solo, porque no me gustaria que nadie me viese bailando al son de alguna canción como “Looking for some strange”, la cual me vuela el cerebro, y me impulsa a mover el esqueleto y batir la melena. A veces pasa que viene un tema que te taladra la cabeza, y uno después dice “bueno, ahora va a venir uno no tan bueno”, y lo que sucede con JS, es que son varias las canciones que suenan muy

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 17:18
bien en forma correlativa, algo que ya he apreciado en otros albumes pero no es algo muy común. La banda se maneja profesionalmente, cada uno hace una buena labor. La vos de Grant no ha perdido fuerza ni timbre, Scott lanza unos riffs impresionantes, y las bases a lo largo del producto se siente bien contundente, merecedores de tal reconocimiento son Dan y Paul, bajo y batería respectivamente, cabe mencionar a quienes sean admiradores del cencerro (esa pieza de metal muy utilizada en los

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 17:19
80’s por los glammys) van a poder volver a escucharlo en este redondo. Si alguno busca melancolía, para recordar aquella novia loca o novio malvado y promiscuo? Escuchen “Another silent night” y les garantizo que este soft metal les va a rememorar esos recuerdos apasionados, que uno tal vez quiera pero no puede evitar olvidar. Como dije, no necesito buscar objetividad al comentar este material, ya que solo es cuestión de dejarme llevar por las buenas canciones

From: lucasgordon Date: July 9, 2006 at 17:19
de Jesse Strange quien solo propone buen rock and roll para tocarlo a todo volumen! Ideal para fans de Slaughter, Firehouse, XYZ, Winger. ****************************************Lucas H Gordon

From: WASP1 Date: August 21, 2006 at 18:47
Hasn't quite clicked for me yet, but maybe after a few more listens it will.

From: GhostfaceSlasher Date: August 22, 2006 at 13:30
What an album....14 years in the making...Their first album came out only 1 month after my daughter NICOLE passed away...I played the song LAST GOODBYE over and over.It became one of my fav albums..I bought this just because of snetimental stuff...Am I glad I did.This is awesome.For me this is way above their first effort.I just love this album from their very soft ANOTHER LONELY NIGHT to their head thumping SEX IS SUICIDE...10 out of 10 boys>Well worth the wait...

From: koogles Date: August 23, 2006 at 21:07
Wow! Imagine the attitude of Feelgood Crue or 1st album Southgang with the HUGE production/sound of Def Leppard. This tore my head off!! I liked their debut, but this one is sheer mouthwatering love! "Looking For Some Strange" and "Wildside of Heaven" (love the huge whoa-oa gang vocals on the latter) are over-the-top, "The Island Song" is pure Firehouse and "What's Loving For" is a first rate Winger-style power ballad, with an emphasis on POWER! One of the best (and best sounding) CDs of 2006!

From: WASP1 Date: September 2, 2006 at 16:10
It's getting better with each listen. Nothing new, but it's solid hard rock done right. The production is good almost a little slick at times if that makes any sense. Sometimes you don't have to smooth out all of the edges.

From: z4roxx Date: March 29, 2007 at 11:14
They are among my fave bands of all times in hard rock scene.Great killer melodick hair metal with some glam influences.Only great bands can combine excellent songs in a different and always catchy way,I hear in this work they touch some styles,to Saigon Kick to Firehouse,always in their typical sounds as their first release.Great performance of Grant Tibor as always!!!A pity they did only release 2 cds'....

From: 123charpenay Date: April 7, 2014 at 13:46
strangely i ve ignored this record since 2006 (i m a very big fan of their debut album).better late than never,i receive this very rare cd today.like on their first effort they have produce themself this album.one more time the result is amazing my mark is 100/100 for the production.what exeptional sound ,clear ,strong and mixed with perfection.this record is the perfect follow up to their first effort.grant tybor have always is exeptional voice,the songs are excellent (exept three fillers tracks 8.9 and 12).the instrumental track 3 have is place in the ouverture of the cd,track 1.2.7.10 are some atomic bombs,track 5 is a super ballad,track 4 reminds me aerosmith,ect ect.if you find this raritie don t hesitate buy buy buy!!!!!!

From: Delbert Date: April 8, 2014 at 12:49
Self produced and privately released by the band themselves on their own label over a decade after their self titled debut which appeared on a major label. They put together a collection of demos and other tracks recorded over the years into a full length album. It's an excellent indie release with lots of big, clean, cranking guitars which reminds me of ROXY BLUE and HEAVEN'S EDGE. Once again, the songs are filled with catchy hard rock hooks, big choruses and those gang-style backing vocals. I love the wall of sound and lots of attitude in the vein of HARDLINE, DANGER DANGER, Y & T and TRIXTER. A perfect hair metal band on a perfect album.....I highly recommend this extremely hard to find followup release from this great band.

From: 123charpenay Date: April 8, 2014 at 14:04
after listening this very great record two more times today i can add for complete the excellent comment of delbert, that this album reminds me babylon a d (second album).


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