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Love Drugs Rebellion
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Category: Hard Rock
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Cleveland Willis vocals|
Mike Grimmett guitars
Chris Taylor bass
Rob Hammersmith drums
|1. ||We Are the Drugs ||3:48|| |
|2. ||Take a Ride With Me (Straight to Hell) ||2:52|| |
|3. ||Devil Girl ||3:27|| |
|4. ||Screamin' at Me ||4:12|| |
|5. ||Burnin' ||3:13|| |
|6. ||1 More Fix ||4:37|| |
|7. ||Helpless ||2:55|| |
|8. ||Gotta Go, Gotta Roll ||3:26|| |
|9. ||Revolution ||3:43|| |
|10. ||Nowhere to Go (No Time to Care) ||3:15|| |
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|Total Running Time:|| 35:28|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: April 19, 2009 at 1:16|
|Very good album of Hard Rock.. Visca Barca.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: April 20, 2009 at 3:30|
|Visca Basca? Fuerza el Barca!? This is music, man! this is not a Football Site. 8.5/10
||Date: December 20, 2009 at 1:59|
|Oh yeah! This is a prime example of a band taking modern bottom end heaviness and making it work for them. Some bands pull that modern sound and come off sounding like Godsmack or whatever, but when you add that type of heaviness to glam/sleaze you end up with kick ass hard rock. It makes me think of what that mid 80's hard glam sound might have evolved into, had those bands remained raw and unpolished all these years. This whole garage glam punk sound has been around for a long time, but there has been a recent resurgence of these type of bands kicking out high octane rock! Makes you fall in love with hard rock all over again.
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