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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Vollmer Records
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|1.||I'm A Live Frankenstein||3:39|
|2.||Life Of The Party||3:03|
|3.||King Of The Hill||3:16|
|8.||When Pigs Fly||3:10|
|9.||Good Times Don't Get Better Than This||3:20|
|Total Running Time:||31:34|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: May 7, 2009 at 0:52|
|Tracks 1,2 are pretty forgettable, "Stumblin' Blind" is ok, "Pissed Off" "X-Ray Eyes" are enjoyable but not really good as i would´ve expected. "When Pigs Fly" is not a Green Day cover? hehe but it´s okay. Funny HardRock, so don´t take you seriously. "Good Times Don't Get Better Than This" is an acoustic track, ok.. 7/10|
|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: July 21, 2014 at 18:16|
|Under a plain brown wrapper this could easily be taken for a modern Alice Cooper album (that is, if Alice had taken singing lessons). Aside from the sonic resemblance to a record like "Brutal Planet," Helix frontman Brian Vollmer's solo effort reeks with the tongue-in-cheek tone of Alice's humor (minus the macabre themes and cleverness) -- "Pissed Off," "F.U.G.L.E.Y.," "Life of the Party (But Now He's Dead)," and "X-Ray Eyes" being the prominent examples. The music is thick and heavy and well-played (former Saga drummer Brian Doerner -- brother of Helix guitarist Brent -- turns in a great performance throughout) and I've always dug Brian's vocals, but unfortunately many of the positives get undermined by the sheer goofiness of the lyrics. "King of the Hill" makes it a worthwhile bargain bin find. 60 / 100|
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