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Artist: Sixx: A.M.

Title: Prayers For The Blessed

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Category: Modern Hard Rock

Year: 2016

Label: Eleven Seven Music

Catalog Number: ESM 176-2

Personnel

James Michael vocals, keyboards
Nikki Sixx bass
Dj Ashba guitar
Dustin Steinke drums

Tracks

1.  Barbarians (Prayers for the Blessed)  
2.  We Will Not Go Quietly  
3.  Wolf At Your Door  
4.  Maybe It's Time  
5.  The Devil's Coming  
6.  Catacombs  
7.  That's Gonna Leave a Scar  
8.  Without You    Cover: Harry Nilsson
9.  Suffocate  
10.  Riot in My Head  
11.  Helicopters  

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From: CC Date: November 19, 2016 at 11:33
Hard to believe that Heroin diaries will be 10 years old next year, but the band is still going strong. Modern vintage was a hit or miss affair with a few musical variations that did not hit home with everyone, but this year we now have two more albums that have kinda reverted to a more tried and tested formula. This one I think is the stronger of the two, but I have only listened to it a few times. Its gonna be hard to top the first two albums, that's a given, but I think this is their strongest album since that pairing.

From: CC Date: November 19, 2016 at 11:33
Hard to believe that Heroin diaries will be 10 years old next year, but the band is still going strong. Modern vintage was a hit or miss affair with a few musical variations that did not hit home with everyone, but this year we now have two more albums that have kinda reverted to a more tried and tested formula. This one I think is the stronger of the two, but I have only listened to it a few times. Its gonna be hard to top the first two albums, that's a given, but I think this is their strongest album since that pairing.

From: Doug Date: December 20, 2016 at 18:17
Much better than Vintage and would say, better than Prayers For the Damned. Worth checking out, IMO.


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