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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Napalm Records
Catalog Number: NPR 582 LTD
|1.||Long Live the Renegades|
|2.||The Other Side|
|4.||Cigarettes & Regret|
|5.||Last Days of Summer|
|6.||Strange Kinda' Nothing|
|7.||I Am What I Am|
|9.||Gone Too Long|
|11.||I Am Cured|
|12.||Raise a Little Hell|
|13.||Feel Like I'm On My Way|
|15.||I Will Follow On|
|16.||The Other Side Acoustic Version|
|17.||Gone Too Long Acoustic Version|
|18.||Strange Kinda' Nothing Unplugged Version|
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|From: Doug||Date: October 29, 2015 at 19:23|
|This is a fantastic album, easily one of my favorites for 2015. Go get it!|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: November 3, 2015 at 22:41|
|Per Doug'ss recommendation, I checked this out, and sure enough, it IS pretty good. I think I had their debut and was somewhat underwhelmed--like a lot of these "young guys playing old music," the hooks just didn't seem to be there. There areb plennty of hooks on Raise A Little Hell, I'm happy to report, even though the best song is the opener, "Long Live The Renegades." Other highlights are "Aristrocrat," "Last Days Of Summer" (guitar heaven!), "I Am What I Am," "Whiplash," "Red." The band opt for more of a '70's arena-rock feel than anything '80's or glammy, and I think they would have held their own circa '75 with the likes of Foghat and Nazareth. They aspire to Aero/Zep heights but aren't even close most of the time, and it shows especially on the slower songs. A good listen alll around though, and I'm glad I gave it a chance.|
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