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Artist: Private Line

Title: Evel Knievel Factor

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 2006

Label: Bad Habits Records

Catalog Number: BHP77008

Personnel

Sammy vocals
Jack guitars
Ilari guitars & Synths
Eliaz drums & vocals
Brat Spit bass
Martti Lindholm Additional Piano
Lauri Koski Background vocals
Kurt49 Background vocals
Lasse Erjamo Background vocals
Anzi Destruction Background vocals
Clare Gates Background vocals

Tracks

1.  Prelude for the Daredevil  
2.  Evel Knievel Factor  
3.  Broken Promised Land  
4.  Alive  
5.  Sound Advice  
6.  The SINdicate  
7.  Prozac Nation  
8.  Uniform  
9.  Gods of Rewind  
10.  Anyway  
11.  Billion Star Hotel  

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From: metalmaniac777 Date: January 3, 2009 at 15:11
These guys should be more widely adored instead of just privately admired. The band stakes out some hard rockin' musical turf that merges the lines between the pop-glam trappings of Wig Wam and the full-throttle intensity of Hardcore Superstar, crafting a killer dose of modern glam-sleaze in the process. It is the work of something evil, perhaps even the devil himself, that this band doesn't have a bigger following. The hooks on here are big enough to make a monster truck scurry for safety and once you factor in the band's hard-driving energy and catchy choruses, you've got an album worth talkin' about.

From: GlamSlam Date: August 11, 2009 at 6:00
Best Finnish rock band, huge fuckin´ cd, no bad songs, everything just rocks. Head banging, rockin, punky, sleazy, glammin´ fuckin´ rock band, best cd in 2000


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