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TRIXTER: UNDERCOVERS (CD.)
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Undercovers

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Backstreet Records

Catalog Number: 80003-2

Average Rating: 67 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
Peter Loran lead vocals, guitar
P.J. Farley bass, lead vocals
Steve Brown lead guitar, lead vocals
Mark Gus Scott drums, lead vocals
Each member sings lead vocals on two songs, except Mark Scott which sings on just one track.
Tracks
1.  Pump It Up  
2.  Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover  
3.  Terrible Lie  
4.  Take the Long Way Home  
5.  Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap  
6.  Revolution  
7.  Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover unplugged  
8.  Fight for Your Right (to party)  

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From: T-BONE Date: August 11, 2001 at 10:23
Fun cd to listen to. I always like when some band does another bands song. Worth getting

From: jetboy Date: September 12, 2001 at 0:12
A great album from trixter, good tunes. Damn i want Trixter back!

From: jersey Date: September 15, 2001 at 12:13
Great album to go out by. Shows that everyone in the band has talent. Especially Pete. His voice is showcased well on "Take The Long Way Home." A must have.

From: dokken6008 Date: April 8, 2002 at 11:10
Trixter doing cover songs? Sounds interesting....I guess. If these guys were going to do one last album it would have been a lot cooler if these guys did one with all-new originals. Too bad they bit the dust just like most every other late 80's/early 90's bands did. It would be interesting to hear these guys again should they reunite. Oh, well.

From: koogles Date: July 8, 2002 at 19:07
Pretty desperate. Probably a last ditch effort to make people care. Maybe they thought they could fluke out a hit like Ugly Kid Joe did with "Cats in the Cradle". Whatever the case, this is a one-spin curiosity CD and that's assuming you get to the end. My patience timed out after the deplorable Nine Inch Nails cover.

From: dokken6008 Date: July 21, 2002 at 7:08
If this was Trixter's way of saying goodbye, they would have been better off giving us the bird and saying "Fuck you, bitch". A Trixter reunion may occur someday/sometime, you never know. These guys were good. Not one of my favorite bands, but they were good. I always thought that Stevey-boy kicked ass on the guitar for such a young guy.

From: Gar Date: January 13, 2003 at 20:13
Susposedly Pete Loran was not too happy about the other band members singing so many songs on this cd. They were supposed to have another album shortly after this one, but Mark Scott quit and the others drifted apart thereafter. As far as cover albums go, this one is pretty decent. They don't do the usual covers you might expect. The NIN cover is particularly unexpected! If you like Trixter's first 2, this is worth a listen.

From: freak7 Date: February 20, 2003 at 4:42
somebody can help me to find this cd, please email me at yohanwenas@hotmail.com

From: REXX HAVIK Date: May 14, 2003 at 17:58
PJ & Steve play in a band called Sugarbelly in the Jersey area

From: T-BONE Date: May 15, 2003 at 16:35
They're also in 40ft Ringo and just relelased a new CD.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: September 18, 2003 at 20:59
I really like Trixter's version of "Terrible Lie", but other than that, couldn't get too excited about this one.I like their first two releases MUCH better. On the plus side, you can pick this one up for around $2 or $3 bucks on Half.com usually,so I guess it's probably worth that....

From: Louis Date: November 14, 2003 at 13:33
The new look these guys have on this cover is was ticked me off.And if Pete is not singin, it isn't Trixter.AC/DC's Dirty Deads cover would have been nice....only if Pete would've sang. Oh well. Didn't like this one too much but I can't wait for the new live Cd "Trixter Alive in Japan". It's old tapes from 92 or 93 I guess. And for anyone lookin for a Trixter song they heaven't heard, try getting the 1991 movie sountrack to "If looks could Kill" .It has a Trixter song called "One More Time"

From: Gar Date: November 17, 2003 at 19:43
The "new look" the band had on the cover was meant to be a joke. They're in disguise, or "under cover". Get it?

From: Lou Date: November 19, 2003 at 17:48
Whether it was ment to be a joke or not, it was completely unnessecary. This album disgraced Trixter's legacy. All the band members except P.J., even regret making this album. Pete Loran is especcially resentful and bitter about it.

From: Date: February 13, 2004 at 11:37
GREAT NEWS FOR TRIXTER FANS! This cd is alright but the old stuff is the greatest.The NEWS is that trixter will be releasing a dvd later this year. It will have all the vidoes from mtv, backstage stuff and two never before heard songs. See for yourself and go to peteloran.com to check what he has to say...and don't forget to e-mail him(as he suggests) and tell him a Trixter dvd is a good idea and you'd be interested. Check it out...boy what a treat for all Trixter fans!!!!!!

From: Rocktron Date: April 19, 2004 at 8:38
Quote from dokken6008: "I always thought that Stevey-boy kicked ass on the guitar for such a young guy". It is a shame these guys split, because I think their musicianship was outstanding. SB was gifted with all the attributes of an outstanding guitarist. They would have matured nicely once they moved out of their teenage phase and would have left us a legacy of great 80's style "hair metal". Get back together guys. Rocktron from England.

From: Geoff Date: August 30, 2004 at 2:30
I recently sold this one on ebay which was almost a disappointment. That meant I didn't get to snap it in two with my own hands and watch it burn as I fiendishly urinated on it's remains. For the record, I really like the first two Trixter release but think this one is a pile of shit. Worst thing to think about is that they were still together all those years and could have offered a collection of new songs as opposed to this bullshit.

From: Rycheage Date: August 30, 2004 at 22:29
I didn't think this was half bad. Better choices for covers would've been better I think. The cover of "Dirty Deeds" is good and I liked "Take The Long Way Home". The rest are played well just poor choices for a hard rock band.

From: edwithmj Date: January 1, 2012 at 17:30
Horrid collection of covers. Particularly bad is the Paul Simon cover. Avoid.

From: hair metal again Date: December 4, 2015 at 7:58
for a cover release this is pretty good,but of course i d prefer some new TRIXTER material!best moments are AC/DC and BEASTIE BOYS.only for die hard fans like me


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