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Artist: Crazy Lixx

Title: Loud Minority

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2007

Label: Swedmetal Records

Catalog Number: SM-014-CD


Danny Rexon lead vocals
Vic Zino lead & rhythm guitars
Joey Cirera drums & percussion
Luke Rivano bass guitar

Bonus tracks are from the 2018 reissue on Frontiers Records.


1.  Hell or High Water     Listen
2.  Dr Hollywood     Listen
3.  Want It     Listen
4.  Love on the Run     Listen
5.  Make Ends Meet     Listen
6.  Death Row     Listen
7.  Heroes Are Forever     Listen
8.  Do or Die     Listen
9.  Pure Desire     Listen
10.  Boneyard     Listen
11.  The Gamble     Listen
12.  Bad in a Good Way bonus track     Listen
13.  No Guts, No Glory bonus track     Listen
14.  Do or Die bonus track, 2005 promo     Listen
15.  Dr Hollywood bonus track, unplugged 2014     Listen
16.  Death Row bonus track, 2003 demo     Listen
17.  Bad in a Good Way bonus track, 2003 demo     Listen
18.  Love on the Run bonus track, 2003 demo     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: spawn71 Date: December 9, 2007 at 7:39
Great CD! If Crashdiet have re-launched the sleaze-glam for the 21th Century, swedish Crazy Lixx are a true hair-class metal band: great hooks, big choruses, great guitar work and wonderful production... What more could you ask for? Yes, they aren't very original, sometimes the boys are almost clones of the great hair metal acts from the '80s, but who cares? One of the best CDs of 2007 for this genre!

From: z4roxx Date: December 9, 2007 at 15:49
After some mp3 this should be the true Crashdiet second release,great music!The second Crashdiet is a big delusion,fucking modern music for MTV,what a shame,a band ruined by the label at their second work ahahah,FUCK!I think the Crazy Lixx will do the same career....

From: Lennie Date: December 11, 2007 at 12:00
Great album. I dont particularly like the first track and the ballad at the end sucks big time. BUT everything in between is just awesome. 'Doc Hollywood', 'Make Ends Meet', 'Want It'...all great. Good riffs big chorus. Love it. Then hyperdrive....Death Row (kick arse solo), Heroes and Do or Die (my fav). Wow. Pure 80s bliss.

From: juan carlos Date: December 11, 2007 at 17:25
S'per Coros!!!!!!! no pude empezar de otra forma la cr'tica a este Discazo! Sin lugar a dudas uno de los mejores albums del a'o. 'Heroes Are Forever' resume todo el disco que como dijo spawn71 tiene grandes Hooks,coros y demas. Gran HardRock Mel'dico. No te lo pierdas que realmente est' MUY bueno. 9/10 ya gastar letra en Inexistentes an'nimos es por la puras. Albums como 'ste y Patinadores como mi Fan Inexistente hacen que uno siga comentando mas y masss... Saludos

From: Azza Date: December 24, 2007 at 19:23
What can I say, get this release right now! This album is very polished, and I'd say they are somewhere between Skid Row, Kiss and Motley Crue. The album doesn't really bring much new to the genre, but it's very solid nonetheless and brings some competition for Crashdiet... healthy competition of course. Only criticism is they've overworked a few songs. I loved the demo of 'Love on the Run', but I was disappointed with how different the chorus is on here, but that's just me. 9/10 amazing

From: diferaos Date: January 1, 2008 at 11:16
Buen disco, aunque no una joya (al menos para mi gusto). Prefiero los 'ltimos de Crashdiet o Dirty Penny. En fin, cuesti'n de gustos. Saludos!.

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: January 25, 2008 at 3:01
GOOD CD 78/100 HAIR SLEAZY METAL with GOOD PROD by ANIMAL/ZAN CLAN guitar player and GOOD MUSICIANSHIP Like an 80's L.A. HEAVY R'n'R TRIBUTE ! The GLAM/HAIR METAL revival is on his way ! But nothing new or exceptionnal

From: Geoff Date: January 31, 2008 at 0:22
Sensational. 'Want it' and 'Make ends meet' are two of the best songs of 2007 and this was one of the best CDs of 2007. Those songs are the most melodic gems I've heard in many years. And with 'Heroes are forever', 'Do or die' and 'Dr Rockter' not far behind this album and band cannot be ignored. HUGELY recommended for any melodic rock / sleaze / glam fan... ever.

From: Lennie Date: February 1, 2008 at 8:47
Yeah Geoff I love that song Dr Rocktor as well! LOL. Classic.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 5, 2008 at 1:41
One of the best releases of 2007!!!..pure Glam with plenty of 80's influence (Ratt,Motley and some parts sound like Winger-especially in some choruses-)but also adding the new sound of Hair/Glam Metal!!!..just listen to "Hell Or High Water" or "Heroes Are Forever" to name some...Excelent!!!.90/100

From: zoomanthree Date: December 15, 2008 at 9:39

From: RatScare Date: December 20, 2008 at 16:08
Love it, makes me want to grow a mullet and shake it furiously. Rating - 9/10 fluffy mullets.

From: shark attack Date: January 17, 2009 at 16:11
Maybe they poison the water in Sweden with Aqua Net Hairpray. What else would explain CRASHDIET and now CRAZY LIXX. As the rest of the world drowns in a smog of X Factor wannabees and bitch slappin, gun totting gangster rappers, it's a relief to know there still remains a place on earth where it's still cool to wear cowboy boots with your jeans tucked inside and call everyone dude. Like CRASHDIET, CRAZY LIXX don't do anything original, but respect is due for trying to resurrect a much maligned genre of music with more passion than some of the original glam bangers managed back in the day. Now where's my suitcase I've a flight to catch......80/100

From: GlamSlam Date: August 26, 2009 at 10:59
Unbelieveble cd one of the best bands and albums in 2000. Every song just rocks so hard that omg. Sweden is promise land of glam n sleaze bands. Seems that almost every good new band comes from Sweden, lets put like babylon bombs,crazy lixx, hardcore superstar......

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 21, 2014 at 18:46
With the new single ringing in my ears, I went back and revisited the band's debut. Alll the comparisons I made in my comment on the folow-up, New Religion, still apply00early Skid Row, Lynch Mob, Hardline. The songs are inconsistent, though, as for ever "Hell Or High Water" and Boneyard,," there's a big hunk of stinky old cheese like "Dr. Hollywood" or the obvious attempt at a "Livin' On A Prayer"-style story-song, "Tryin' To Make Ends Meet." I think part of the reason we think these modern-day glam bands are so great is because we don't have any contemporary comparisons. Crazy Lixx are one of the best bands doing this sound, for sure, but could they really have stood up in 1988 alongside the bands they're trying to imitate? Sorry, but that's all Crazy Lixx does: imitate bands from 25 years ago, even though they do it well, for the most part.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 21, 2014 at 18:49
That said, I think New Religion is their best album so far. Looking forward to the new one, though.

From: hair metal again Date: July 1, 2015 at 6:09
excellent debut by CRAZY LIXX which is probably the best new band of nowadays !commercial,catchy,hard rockin with big vocals and choruses will satisfy everyone!essential

From: metalmaniac777 Date: March 2, 2018 at 15:17
This Swedish band is crazy-good if you're into the big, bombastic hair-metal sound of the '80s. For fans of huge hooks, arena-size choruses, and powerful backing vocals, this album is more fun than licking off a supermodel's whipped cream bikini. Sure, it brings absolutely nothing original to the table, but is instead content to simply do awesome justice to the kind of throwback, Sunset Strip poodle-metal designed to be played loud and proud. Preferably from the stereo of an exotic sports car with a scantily-clad vixen writhing suggestively on the hood. If that's not your thing ... well, that's OK, but you're in the minority (on this site, anyway).

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