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Horizontal Ladies Club
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Catalog Number: DOMO 71002
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Tom Marolda Vocals, Bass, Guitars, Piano, Percussion|
Pete Maloney Drums, Backup Vocals
Jackson Woodney Keyboards, Guitars, Backup Vocals
Richie Sambora Guitar
|1. ||I Hate To Think ||3:19|
|2. ||Too Blonde To See ||4:52|
|3. ||Just Another Doris Day ||3:52|
|4. ||Odd Equilibrium ||4:00|
|5. ||God Is A Girl ||3:38|
|6. ||Angel Baby ||3:00|
|7. ||Paleface ||3:12|
|8. ||Be Careful What You Wish For ||4:26|
|9. ||The Fossil ||3:32|
|10. ||Killing Spiders ||3:39|
|11. ||Nowhere To Cry ||3:45|
|12. ||Unprotected ||4:06|
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|Total Running Time:|| 45:21|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 6, 2007 at 12:25|
|This got some attention in the press because Richie Sambora played on it. I have checked the cd and can't find his name anywhere. Looks like a cheap promotion trick. Besides all that it's a real crappy pop thing. Don't bother about his one. 1/10
|From: Nick C
||Date: August 6, 2007 at 18:04|
|One of my fave albums this,sure there are poppy(ish) overtones but the album is well "off the wall". The standout track for me is probably "God is a Girl" which some may have heard on an old Frontiers magazine sampler. But there's some great songs,it almost has the feel of Jellyfish in places.If you like your music straight ahead with no twists then stay clear of this,but if you like a few surprises and like stuff a little "different" well maybe just maybe. BTW R.Sambora is listed on my copy.
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