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Category: Modern Melodic Rock
Label: Sony Music Japan
Catalog Number: EICP 649
|2.||Hot Girls in Good Moods|
|3.||Ladies & Gentleman..The Lets Go Out Tonites!|
|4.||Bethamphetamine (Pretty Pretty)|
|5.||To Famous to Get Fully Dressed|
|6.||Were All Going Down|
|8.||Paid to Get Excited|
|9.||Song Without a Chorus|
|10.||The Taste of Red|
|11.||Rich People Die Unhappy|
|12.||This Is the Sweetest Little Song|
|13.||When Canyons Ruled the City|
|14.||Live & Let Die||Cover: Wings|
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|From: steve72||Date: January 15, 2012 at 23:18|
|One time Southgang guitarist's 3rd solo outing...I totally rate Butch and this release. It has a knowing nod towards T-Rex, Bowie & the "glitter" movement. In no way is it metal, it does certainly "rock" in part. His songwriting, production and lyrical content are first class. I love metal and as i grow a little older an album & artist like this really, really has a place in my collection. P.S. Check out his book 'Drinking with Strangers' in which he recounts some of Southgang/LA scene Stories...|
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