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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Epic/Sony (Japan)

Catalog Number: ESCA 6184

Average Rating: 64 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
Alfred Koffler guitar
Kosta Zafiriou drums
David Readman vocals
Dennis Ward bass

Silver embossed jewel case.
Tracks
1.  Funny Words  4:37
2.  Light of Day  3:36
3.  Change  4:16
4.  Yesterdays  4:10
5.  Two Hours  3:51
6.  Something I Said  3:18
7.  Only the Good  3:51
8.  20th Century Boy  3:25
9.  Queen Bee  4:36
10.  Stretch the Truth  4:05
11.  New Control  4:01
12.  Freakshow  4:38
  
Total Running Time:  48:24

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Existing comments about this CD

From: anamal Date: October 10, 2003 at 16:21
this is my favorite of the pc69 catalog..i know alot of people will disagree..but i dont care what they say this cd rocks

From: Rene Date: October 11, 2003 at 15:47
Yes, i dont agree with you at all. This is just a shit grunge sounding album that nearly killed the band. They didnt respect their fans with this album but on time they changed and they released some great albums after this with that tipical PINK CREAM 69 SOUND. Any fan of the 49/8 ep, ONE SIZE FITS ALL, PINK CREAM 69, GAMES PEOPLE PLAY, ELECTRIEFIED, SONIC DYNAMITE or ENDANGERED, DONT BUY THIS ALBUM, YOU WILL NOT LIKE IT.

From: AGNAR Date: March 9, 2004 at 5:33
i have sold it a few days ago, but it lets us think: if grunge was born in Germany with this PC69 or something similar, it would haven't been so a bad music...

From: Date: August 29, 2004 at 0:45
First of all let me say PC69 is my favorite band. I have over 1,000 CD's in the 80's hard rock/melodic metal style genre... But this album does suck. However the song Light of Day is a real treasure. That crunchy rhythm and ear splitting hook make it a really unique tune! Give it a listen. Other than that, hmmmm yeah the rest is kinda bad. I'm suprised after such an unfocused 2nd album, bad 3rd album, worse 4th album with a new singer etc. they are still around and SO DAMN AWESOME today. 2.5/10

From: Geoff Date: August 29, 2004 at 20:39
I actually don't think this album is too bad at all. Obviously, all their melodic hard rock ones before and after this are much better and it's a shame they sold out, but as far as the sell-out releases of 1995 went, I thought this was probably the best. I love 'Yesterdays', and 'Queen bee' and 'Light of day' are cool songs too. Overall, it really isn't the worst album ever, just not the greatest PC69 release. Cool modern hard rock.

From: Rene Date: October 20, 2004 at 9:35
I you like shit music and bad songs buy this album. If you like good music and good songs, but all the rest of the pink cream 69 records. Back in october 31 i had this opinion, and i still keep having this opinion. Only for people in bad taste ha ha ha.

From: Dave Date: October 29, 2004 at 18:56
Even though this is not the style of music i like, nor is it the quality that PC69 consistantly puts out, i still found i was able to listen to this c.d with the feeling that some of these songs could easily grow on you after a few listens.The thing with PC69 , even though this is a totally different direction they have travelled here, they still do it better than the bands that play this stuff simply because they are full of class.

From: Eirik Date: April 30, 2005 at 15:53
This is not a bad PC69 album at all in my opinion. Light of day and Change are one of several stand out PC69 songs on this album. And as always great vocal work from Readman.

From: T-Bone Date: August 22, 2005 at 18:11
This was almost the beginning of the end for PC69. A drastic change from previous efforts. Luckily they went back into the studio and made a little better effort with Food For thought and a full return right after that. Although this isn't a bad album per-se, it's just not them

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 22, 2011 at 18:49
Ummm..another "mistake"...similar to Food For Thought...grunge influenced record..."Funny Words","Change","Something I Said","Only The Good"(nice one),"20th Century Boy"(a T-Rex cover that they made it sound similar to what Black Label Society does even though BLS came out in 1998...Pink Cream 69 an influence to Zakk Wylde ...honestly...doubt it!!!)...the aformentioned tracks did some effect on me but i prefer to stick to what they do best...melodic hard rock!!!...not this kind of "experiments"...80/100


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