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Label: Collect Records (Australia)
Catalog Number: FTKD11
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|From: glam_junkie||Date: November 27, 2008 at 0:28|
|This makes it to my top 5 best Australian releases ever. This is pure hard hitting sleaze, tinged with LA glam. Think Alleycat Scratch meet vintage Skid Row with the bass line of Bang Tango and that's what you get with this EP. An absolute gem. Their follow-up (Uppercut) went in a more bass driven heavy/alternative direction, but the debut is definitely worth laying your hands on!|
|From: steve72||Date: January 16, 2012 at 4:48|
|Ahh, The early 90's in Sydney... this is a great snapshot of the means streets of the Western Suburbs. These guys should've been bigger. The great white hopes of the scene. Live they were menacing and ferocious with a ton of hair and playing chops. The bass/guitar work between the two Sanchez brothers was tasty. I assume the best was made of a paltry budget, but sadly the production on this release is a little lacking... the songs and energy are captured though and shine through any production deficiencies.|
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