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Crimes of Passion : Crimes of Passion CD (2008) Expertly Refurbished Product
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Crimes of Passion

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Vigilante

Catalog Number: NONE

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (9 ratings)

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Personnel
Dale Radcliffe Lead Vocals
Andy Lindsay Guitars & Backing Vocals
Kris Hudson-Lee Bass & Backing Vocals
Kev Tonge Drums
Tracks
1.  A Thousand Strong  
2.  The Me I Lost  
3.  God Made Me Your Angel  
4.  Unbreakable  
5.  Fight You On My Own  
6.  Die Alone  
7.  Pretty In Blood  
8.  Breathless & Beautiful  
9.  Where No-One Speaks Your Name  
10.  Exit Wound  
11.  Dream Of Me   

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From: shoemaker Date: December 28, 2008 at 16:26
For me the album of the year 2008. Sounds like PINK CREAM 69 with more balls and a modern sound!

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: December 28, 2008 at 20:35
agree with shoemaker one of the best this 2008 if you like Pink Cream then this is for you.

From: jstoyz Date: February 13, 2009 at 1:45
Very good MHR, but NOWHERE NEAR AOTY! Doesn't come close to PC69 either IMO, but since you can find it cheap from euro sellers on e-bay, why not pick it up and judge for yourself?

From: shoemaker Date: February 13, 2009 at 13:16
By far better than BROTHER FIRETRIBE kindergarten hardrock or, the new MÖTLEY CRUE cacophony.

From: jstoyz Date: February 14, 2009 at 20:06
The only way this band gets into the same arena w/Brother Firetribe is if they buy tickets! Just sayin', there's this--> decent up tempo MHR, doesn't hold a patch to early Crue, then there's bands like Brother Firetribe that are actually keeping MHR/AOR on the map in places like Europe and Japan. If the europeans and asians were to stop supporting our music, it would fade away completely. BTW, check out the BF reviews vs. this band--> NO COMPARISON. Everyone's entitled to his/her opinion, but facts is facts............Jeff.

From: shoemaker Date: February 15, 2009 at 10:57
The mass of people is no sign for the quality of the product. Millions supported the song of the smurfs, or silly handytonesongs nowadays. Sorry, but instead of BF I will go to my collection and choose an old EUROPE, TREAT, FATE... CD.

From: jstoyz Date: February 16, 2009 at 2:06
Ok, some will love this album, others just like it, and a few won't bother w/it in the first place. I do hope, however, most on this board buy it and support the band. Would be nice if these guys really catch on and prosper enough to continue recording, as I think they're capable of putting out a really smokin' album. This was a pretty good, albeit patchy IMO, slab of guitar driven MHR. Though I firmly stand by all my comments, and don't mind someone strongly disagreeing w/me, the point about the musical taste of "the masses" is valid. Hip hop owns the day in the USA, and I'll stick myself in an insulated rubber room w/just this album to listen to all day long & forever before I ingest one minute of (c)rap....or the smurfs (LOL)! I proudly own all Treat, Fate, and (most) Europe albums as well and am likewise glad I purchased COP, though for now I'll likely listen to this one less than those aforementioned bands.....But, hey, that's just my opinion. Others are equally valid.....Jeff.

From: sluss528 Date: February 16, 2009 at 8:34
hey jeff, just bought this cd with the recomendation of you and shoemaker and i hope i like it!! it sounds like it is right up my ally so to speak. will comment wants it arrives! thanks

From: sluss528 Date: February 16, 2009 at 8:46
and to add about the musical tastes of the masses i must disagree with the hip hop owns the day in the u.s. since the infusion of guitar hero rap and hip hop are dieing a slow death here!!! a buddy her in houston owns a music store and tells me the same thing that since guitar hero hit all these suburb kids are buying hard rock and metal. plus the concert scene here in h-town is almost all rock and no rap at all. and i travel for a living and see the same thing in almost all the city's. so this is a good thing for that shit needs to die!!!!!!!

From: sluss528 Date: February 16, 2009 at 10:03
AND JUST TO COMMENT FURTHER ON THE MUICAL SCENE HERE IN THE STATES, ANOTHER GOOD FREIND OF MINE OWNS IMPULSE MUSIC IN CHICOGO WHICH IS THE LARGEST ONLINE SELLER OF HARD ROCK AND METAL IN THE U.S. AND HIS BUISNESS IS BOOMING EVEN WITH THE BAD ECONOMY! AND I GO TO MOST OF THE HAIR AND MEATAL AND HARD ROCK SHOWS HERE IN HOUSTON TO PACKED HOUSES. JUST SEEN TESLA, WHITE LION, EXTREME,ALL TO PACKED HOUSES. SO EURO ASIA ARENT THE ONLY ONES SUPPORTING ARE BRAND OF MUSIC! HARD ROCK AND METAL IS ALIVE AND WELL HERE IN THE STATES!!!!!!

From: jstoyz Date: February 17, 2009 at 1:08
GR8 to hear Sluss!! Sounds like I've underestimated the (re)expanding hard rock scene here at home. Your comments definitely indicate the tide is turning more than I thought--> I've definitely got to say "F*ck it" to work more often and hit the HR/Metal shows in Denver this spring/summer. Keep rockin' and hope this CD kicks your ass.....Jeff.

From: sluss528 Date: February 17, 2009 at 8:26
yea jeff, and by the way, my boy steve at impulse music.com is moving to col. springs this week as a matter of fact so you can visit his store which will be only a couple hours's from you! go to his site and check out all the great stuff he has. and quit working so much and take a r and r break if you know what i mean!!! mark

From: jstoyz Date: February 19, 2009 at 0:02
Thanks for the heads up Mark--> It'll be great having a music store like that nearby, and I'll check out his online inventory too. I'm sure your friend is gonna like Colo. Springs- beautiful, friendly city!

From: z4roxx Date: February 22, 2009 at 11:09
Ahaha in the last years it's very easy make albums,every disc sounds like Pink Cream 69 or Pink Cream 69,the most commercial and easy to imitate sounds and style....very poor style ahahaha

From: jstoyz Date: March 20, 2009 at 2:45
Upped my rating a bit on this one, I'll own up and admit it's grown on me. Love the opening track "A Thousand Strong" especially.

From: george_the_jack Date: April 26, 2009 at 9:38
Very strong release with a fresh sound....Great! just got it and I'm stuck!


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