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Catalog Number: 1117-2
|3.||Time Is Now|
|4.||Rock N Roll Dream|
|6.||You Gotta Bleed|
|7.||Nail In The Coffin|
|9.||Death Of Me|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: March 17, 2009 at 2:49|
|Good/Ok HardRock with some Grunge elements(Alice In Chains..) and heavy riffs(Metallica, Pantera..). "Time Is Now" "Rock N Roll Dream" "Adrenaline" "Fade" "You Gotta Bleed" are good ones. 8/10|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: March 17, 2009 at 14:53|
|They pretty much sound like what they are: a very young band trying to make music whose heyday passed before they were born. It's okay for what it is, modern rock trying to be old-school, but only kids their own age would see it as the real deal.|
|From: Doug||Date: March 18, 2009 at 17:23|
|I'm glad to see this made the site. This is a cool CD. And it's always great to see today's generation put out some straight ahead rock and roll. They remind me a lot of very early Def Leppard (that youthful, bright-eyed ambition, with a present day sound.)|
|From: MetaLex||Date: March 30, 2009 at 14:32|
|First, let me say this...damn good CD! The music is kick ass, especially for the crap that's coming out lately from the music scene. Rock & roll has really been suffering for a long time as far as new artists coming out & really sticking to what brought us all here...ROCK & ROLL! This is just pure, straight ahead rock like Doug said in the last review. What's even more impressive...these young men are all only around 15 years in age! You wouldn't even know it. When I was 15, I was just starting to play guitar & could only dream of being in a great band. And when I started one, all we did were covers. These four guys are living the dream! And this is no gimmick like The Jonas Crappers or Hannah Montana shit. This is a real band...who writes and records their own music and it rocks! Now they're touring with the big boys and they're only going to get better with age. I've been a fan of hard rock/heavy metal all my life and i'm 40 now. And trust me when I say these guys are the real deal!|
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