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||Date: January 15, 2009 at 3:40|
|i got it, but need to spin it....i think they just came out with a second cd thru suncity records..
||Date: January 16, 2009 at 9:11|
|Straightforward sleaze in vein of Electric Boys, maybe little less funky. Big bucks crisp sound with some good commercial melodies like Ragman's City or Mr. Preacher (this reminds me very much Lynch Mob). Some compared them to Saigon Kick The Lizard album and definately you can hear this here. Theye were nominated in 92 to Swedish Grammy for best hard rock album along with Electric Boys, Candlemass and Sator, and ended up losing out to Sator.
||Date: February 17, 2009 at 11:44|
|Come on! Use the lighter is great, romantic, charming little tune, as is Come On And Do Me, not to crazy about the rest, but Id buy it just for Use The Lighter!
||Date: April 20, 2011 at 11:31|
|This band travels down the same hard rocking road as Electric Boys, but slightly tones down the funk elements and instead focuses on catchy melodies. "Use the Lighter" is nothing short of stellar, fueled by a big, commercial, sing-along chorus that is packed with wall-o'-sound backing vocals. This is perfect stuff for a hot summer day of cruising in your car with the windows all the way down and the stereo all the way up, and if you happen to run over some roadkill rodents along the way, you'll probably be too busy tapping your foot and bopping your head to even notice.
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