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||Date: January 14, 2010 at 21:52|
|I was on one of my CD hunting trips a couple of years ago and found a copy of this one underneath a CD counter. The cover grabbed my attention immediately. You can only imagine my delight when I played it the first time. The first track starts right off grabbing your attention with it's intro. I knew this was going to be a killer piece right then. My excitement didn't abate after hearing all 5 tracks. There are 4 rockers and 1 ballad here and some of the best glam/sleeze sound I'd heard for a quite a spell. They remind me instantly of TIGERTAILZ or PRETTY BOY FLOYD. The songs come off with heavy-edged, aggressive, PO 'ed attitude that has hard-hitting guitars, lots of shred, hooks and some cool choruses. I eventually was able to contact the band members in hopes of getting more copies, but, sorry to say, even they don't have any. I was told only 500 copies were pressed and they were sold at their playing venues and consigned to local stores...... So, there you have it.
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