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Artist: Wolfsbane

Title: Live Fast Die Fast

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1989

Label: Wolfsbane

Catalog Number: 838486 1

Personnel

Blaze Bayley vocals
Jase Edwards guitar
Jeff Hately bass
Steve Ellett drums
Rick Rubin producer

Tracks

1.  Greasy  
2.  Tears Fom a Fool  
3.  Money to Burn  
4.  Shakin'  
5.  I Like It Hot  
6.  Killing Machine  
7.  Fell Out of Heaven  
8.  Man Hunt  
9.  Pretty Baby  
10.  All or Nothing  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tim Date: July 26, 2008 at 2:44
Kerrang! really overhyped these guys, just like Lisa Dominique. Rick Rubin's subpar production didn't help matters either for this CD. I was never a fan of Blaze either. Jase Edwards is the only cool thing about this band IMO. I hear their live performance is way better. Any comments?

From: Geoff Date: November 18, 2008 at 20:36
Wow, what a blast from the past! This one was a horrible peice of hard rock / heavy metal. Poor songs galore. Absolutely hated it.

From: CC Date: March 24, 2011 at 17:42
Excellent album. Songs like I like it hot and Manhunt should be staples of any true metallers collection. Wolfsbane were (and are again) a dirty filthy slap in the face to the overtly commercial bands that tried to pass themselves off as rock. Blaze often gets knocked for his vocals, but for fucksake, this wasnt a band like Journey or Bon Jovi, it was more akin to the grubby likes of Zodiac Mindwarp. Blaze in my opinion is vastly underrated as both a singer and a frontman, and it was sad that his time in Maiden was so brief as they were the last two decent albums they ever produced (I really dont care whether the Maiden purists agree or not).

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 11, 2011 at 20:54
Pretty good Hard Rocking debut by this act that featured the former Iron Maiden vocalist Blaze Bayley(remember he took the place of Bruce Dickinson 4 a while)...even though i think that he could have been a better option in Van Halen because in here his voice strongly reminded me of David Lee Roth!!!...anyway my faves are "Man Hunt"(rocks good!),"Killing Machine","Money To Burn","I Like It Hot"(AORish rock),"All Or Nothing" & "Pretty Baby"(great song!)...86/100


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