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Artist: Uzi

Title: Madhouse

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Uzi Madhouse Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Eonian Records

Catalog Number: ER00005


Nicholas Flynt lead and backing vocals, guitar
Gary Vail lead guitar
Jimmy Nelson bass
P Blaze drums
Keith Johnson guitar
Ken Shattuck bass
Dan Parker drums
Paul Petrillo drums
Ben Taylor guitar
Pete Angelos guitar
Chip Z'Nuff bass
Frank Liva drums


1.  Madhouse  
2.  American Dream  
3.  Muthas Knockin'  
4.  Rocker  
5.  Do What I Do  
6.  Away From My Heart  
7.  Raise Hell  
8.  From the Gutter  
9.  Wreckerd Man  
10.  For the Money  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: metalmaniac777 Date: November 25, 2009 at 10:50
Like a merciless, mag-emptying, full-auto fusillade from a machinegun, this band hits hard and takes no prisoners. While admittedly production could be a little better, it's not atrocious, and the powerful, attitude-dripping, in-your-face hard rock on display more than compensates for the lack of a big budget sound, meaning fans of groups like Guns 'N Roses, Herazz, Live Tongue, or Skid Row would have to be crazier than a straightjacketed loon in an asylum to not at least give these guys a proper listen. Great singer, cranking guitars, gang vocals, and gobs of aggression...all the ingredients you need for a recipe to rock the house, hard 'n' heavy style.

From: 20gunsalute Date: December 6, 2009 at 0:00
This kicks ass, 80's style. All of these songs rock, and guess what, they even remembered the old 80's rule- 1 ballad! That's right, one ballad per album, and the rest are rockers. I remember back in the day we wouldn't even buy an album if it had more than one ballad on it. You really can't go wrong here, this has everything a real 80's rocker could need

From: True Believer Date: April 29, 2010 at 18:46
Another example of the band that should make it big! Cranking release with sharp guitars, agressive vocals and smoked harmonies. They mix Skid Row, Herraz and Rock Candy influences on this disc, so if you like the mentioned bands, you will not be disappointed with this one.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 2, 2011 at 20:48
Yeah agree with the comments above,this lot is like a newer version of Guns & Roses and Skid Row 4 sure..wild songs with attitude..i don't know if the band offers something new to the cause but 4 sure it ain't a boring album...best shots 4 me were "Madhouse" ,"American Dream" hell yeah!,good song,"Rocker","Do What I Do","Away From My Heart"(ballad ala Skid Row a 100%),"Raise Hell","Wreckerd Man" rocks and my personal fave "For The Money"...if u see this grab it..you'll have a nice time ...90/100

From: metalmastermusic Date: August 6, 2012 at 10:19
Very good release with several different sounds on this album as it is a compilation fo music from several different years. From straight ahead rock n roll to almost punk rock! One of the most under-rated band of the 80's. See this one pick it up you won't be disappointed if you like that late 80's sound.

From: MHR Date: July 23, 2013 at 8:25
not bad release

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