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Problem Child Primitive Attitude - CD - RR-448  1991 Retrospect records
Problem Child Primitive Attitude - CD - RR-448 1991 Retrospect records


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Problem Child

Primitive Attitude

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1990 / 2009

Label: Retrospect Records

Catalog Number: RR-448

Average Rating: 81 / 100 (6 ratings)


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Brian Locher Guitar, Vocals
Darrell Radke Lead Vocals
L.D. Price Drums
Rob Hanshaw Bass, Vocals
Todd Marino Guitar, Vocals

Jack Radke Additional Vocals Track 1
Jim Winter Additional Drums, Musical Arrangements
1.  Problem Child  
2.  Misunderstanding  
3.  Holding On  
4.  Don't Wait 'Til Tomorrow  
5.  Kiss Kiss  
6.  Working The Wall  
7.  10,000 Years  
8.  Home  
9.  There's Still Time  
10.  What Do You Want?  
11.  Raise A Little Hell  
12.  Melt Down  

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From: juan carlos Date: January 6, 2010 at 22:39
uuuh.. Cool and Good HardRock, unknown band as far as i know. There are some excellent songs here.. "Home" "10,000 Years" "Holding On" and "There's Still Time"(good ballad) are my faves tracks. "Melt Down" "Working The Wall" are the instrumentals (Good ones!). Good Riffs and solos, ok/Average production. 8/10

From: MrMetal Date: January 15, 2016 at 18:29
Not to be confused with the band from Maryland, Wisconsin's PROBLEM CHILD formed out of the ashes of STILETTO once vocalist Darrell Radke (METAL MEN) had replaced Tom Roach on vocals. There would be more lineup shuffling before this debut LP: P.J. Marx, Chris Martinez, & James Winter (ex-WARP DRIVE) (who would return for the 2nd PROBLEM CHILD LP)were no longer in the band, with both Darrell & guitarist Robb Hanshaw (ex-WARP DRIVE)remaining from the STILETTO era. The remaining lineup on this LP featured those listed above with some of these songs originally written under the STILETTO name. The style here consisted of some fairly solid Melodic HR/HM with influences of both FIREHOUSE (Darrell sounding very much like C.J. Snare) and the music being as catchy & energetic at times to DANGER DANGER's "Screw It!" LP from 1991. This was originally a cassette-only release with different cover-art than you see here. There would be a few more lineup changes once they recorded their 2nd LP.

From: hair metal again Date: February 17, 2016 at 2:52
sensational hair metal debut for PROBLEM CHILD and one of the best indies around!imagine a blend of DOKKEN,XYZ,BABYLON AD,STEELHEART...WOW!!!!!the musicianship ,the songwriting,the attitude,the sound ,everythingi s in the right place and i m telling you that you should buy it right now from the Retrospect site ,as it rocks like hell!"misunderstanding","kiss kiss","there s still time" and "what do you want "are fantastic songs!essential hair metal indie

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