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|1.||If I Were You I'd Hate Me Too||3:28|
|2.||In Luv With Insanity||3:02|
|4.||On My Sleeve||3:36|
|5.||Goin Out in Style||3:35|
|6.||Stand on My Own||3:36|
|8.||Devil in Me||3:24|
|9.||Dead At 16||3:39|
|11.||Run to You||4:27|
|12.||Crash and Burn||3:18|
|Total Running Time:||45:41|
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|From: Geoff||Date: February 10, 2010 at 22:38|
|Love these guys. If you loved the debut make sure you pick this one up. Took a few more spins this time round, but it gets better with each spin. Not as good as the debut, but not too far off. This is high octance hard rock with huge choruses. 'Goin Out in Style' is a killer, so is 'Dead at 16', 'Crash and burn' and 'In Luv With Insanity' but these guys are so consistent you'll find something to enjoy in every song here. Recommended if you like in your face sleaze hard rock.|
|From: dave||Date: March 6, 2010 at 9:02|
|Great Album i love all this new bands to keep alive the style of the 80's Glam. 95/100|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: March 6, 2010 at 14:58|
|So what separates an obvious parody like Steel Panther from a band like Dirty Penny? Answer: Steel Panter know they're a joke band, Dirty Penny don't. Steel Panther are sometimes funny, Dirty Penny never are. Like a bunch of young guys sitting around after high school, and they stumble on a battered copy of Theatre of Pain (belonging to an uncle who's currently on his fourteenth stint in rehab), and they just said, 'Hey, this rocks! We can do this! We can call ourselves stupid stuff like Binge and Spanky, and your mom's got a lot of makeup she doesn't use that she'll give us ... Huh? Songs/ Well, hey, I know some chords, and we've all been making up silly sex rhymes since we were in sixth grade! We can do this!" And thus, Dirty Penny was born.|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: March 10, 2010 at 7:34|
|There seems to be a lot of 'Sporty Spice' (to the extreme) band member names going around lately(Hansel,Dirty Penny,Steel Panther,ect). To me that's a DEFCON 4 alert that cheese stage names = a velveeta music-sandwich straight ahead. 'If I where you I'd hate me too' has lyrics about urinating on graves and other laughable lines, as this band IMO has elementary playing ability. Real glam/sleeze bands of the past like 'Spread Eagle' would turn over in their graves if they heard this new generation of knock offs. The name of the band's website is www.dirtypennysucks.com. I agree.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: March 10, 2010 at 15:27|
|Finally! At least! Somebody else sees through the bullshit of this band of kiddies playing dress-up.|
|From: firetruckdriver||Date: February 26, 2011 at 22:23|
|I personally really like it. I'll take this over the Seattle shit and the off shoots of the past 20 years any day. The music is good in my opinion. If you don't like it, that's cool, to each his own. But I think it's good, fun, good time rock and roll in it's plain and simple form.|
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