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|1.||Kings Of Demolition|
|3.||This Is Killing Me|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 10, 2013 at 18:06|
|Pretty simple Ep IMO...nothing new under the stars or an approachable formula to keep us,the listeners,or at least myself interested in the band...that guy Jhonny Solinger still doesn't convince me at all..."Kings Of Demolition" ok,is a cool cut and the "wanna be i remember you" type of ballad "This Is Killing Me" are the ones that caught my attention...so,still not any chances at all to get our good old Seb back???...bad,bad indeed...50/100|
|From: CC||Date: May 28, 2013 at 9:34|
|For anyone interested, the UK/Euro version, actually contains two extra tracks. A cover of Fire Fire (EZO) and a cover of United (Judas Priest).|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 28, 2013 at 23:36|
|These guys were one of my first Favorite Bands as a kid. I know after two poorly-received albums (Thickskin wasn't THAT bad, but RPM was all over the place and not good at anything it tried to be), they're trying to just give people what they want. To me, they sound old and tired and out of ideas. They try, and I want to like the tunes, but for the most part, they're forgettable, and none would go on a Doghouse Special hand-picked best-of mix. Just very average tunes from a band that seems to have fforgotten just exactly what they used to sound like. As a bonus experiment, play "Let's Go" back to back with "One Day At A Time" off Tesla's Forever More album, and report back with your impressions.|
|From: dudemetal||Date: June 2, 2013 at 15:31|
|Guess I'm in the minority here. As much as I HATED the last two cds, I was ready to write this one off as well....But to my surprise I dug this ep....A lot. It is very much in line with both Slave To The Grind with a bit of Subhuman Race....Yes, Johnny Solinger is not Sebastian but so what? He sounds great here as his vocals work perfectly for this music....All in all, I'm glad I purchased this as it kicks ass.....As much as i'm still a Sebastian fan and still buy his cds, I've gotta say....I'm enjoying this ep more than anything that he has released so far as a solo artist....and he's released some good stuff.|
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