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Dodge City Limits
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: juan carlos
||Date: April 6, 2010 at 15:39|
|feel like i was wasting my time listening this album average HR at first listen. 7/10
||Date: April 9, 2010 at 17:58|
|Not bad, but not great either...expected more i guess. Mostly for collectors of the obscure.
||Date: May 5, 2010 at 0:38|
|Bad, bad news. The first 3 tracks were kind of rocky kind of tracks and are okay, but other than that it's messy, ugly stuff. Kind of blues around the campfire and careless stuff. Almost like they were fooling around and someone left a mic on them. I really have nothing positive to say about this CD to be honest. Image does not equal the music.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 11, 2013 at 13:58|
|Another one of those long-lost "coulda, woulda, shoulda" bands swarming L.A. circa 1990, all insisting they were the real deal and deserved way more success. X-Piracy, like most of the rest, didn't. Just because you're the hottest thing going in Eugene, Oregon, doesn't mean you've got what it takes. Musically, they fit squarely in the Asphalt Ballet category of workmanlike hair-metal disguised as blues-rock. Some songs are okay, notably the opener "Dodge City," but most of the rest is extremely mediocre or just downright awful. They just try waaaay too hard to be gritty southern-rockers, and it sounds put-on and phony (see "A Gal And A Six-Foot Rope"). The singer's pretend drawl is even more fake than Bret Michaels's.
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