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Gettin' Pretty Good At Barely Gettin' By
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Magnetic Air
Catalog Number: 44025
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Frank Starr vocals|
Dave Lizmi guitar
Randy Cooke drums
Chuck Biscuits drums (although drummer Randy Cooke was credited on the album sleeve for contractual reasons)
|1. ||Still Alive And Well |
|2. ||Gettin' Pretty Good At Barely Gettin' By |
|3. ||Drunk Again |
|4. ||Livin' These Blues |
|5. ||Song For Absent Friends |
|6. ||Keep Your Life |
|7. ||Hot Rod |
|8. ||Rock My Universe |
|9. ||Back In Business Again |
|10. ||Hit The Road |
|11. ||Keep On Keepin' On |
|12. ||My Song |
|13. ||What The Hell Went Wrong |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 19, 2003 at 13:44|
|'Drunk Again' is one of the funniest blues rockers I've heard. This one isn't nearly as consistent as 'Nobody Said', but it's worth it to have Frank on vocals one last time. RIP Mr. Starr.
|From: jason (FA - Q)
||Date: August 19, 2003 at 18:58|
|When I first got this album I didn't like it as much as their first, but after listening to it again and again, I think it's great!! I don't compare it to their debut anymore. This ablum wasn't about getting noticed. It was about what this band stood for (in your face, southern rock). Spin this one a few times and you will enjoy it! Here are some of the songs I like: Keep Your Life, My Song, Rock My Universe, Drunk Again, Still Alive And Well. CHECK IT OUT!!
||Date: September 15, 2003 at 9:35|
|As has been said, not as good as 'Nobody'but a solid album all the same. I love the sound on this one, especially the drumming. Still Alive & Well is awesome, and Hot Rod could've been off the 1st album. the EP is well worth getting hold of to 'Welfare Boogie' I wish I'd seen these live ..
||Date: September 26, 2003 at 18:38|
|Nobody said was a brilliant album,but somehow i always play this more
|From: Aero Force Mike
||Date: April 24, 2004 at 14:07|
|A fantastic follow-up... whilst the the first album is more instantly catchy, I find this more replayable since it seems to have a lot more swagger & soul... it's a lot slower, with the majority of songs sung in Frank's deeper regular singing voice. It's more along the lines of Pride & Glory whilse the E.P. and the first album were more influenced by AC/DC. All are awesome, but just because the first album is what got all the attention doesn't mean you should ignore this one... it rules!
|From: Great Dane
||Date: April 25, 2004 at 3:51|
|This cd makes me wanna lean back and open a bottle of Jack D, and enjoy the good music. After this one I will put on Alligator Stew, Cinderella, and probably have a hangover the next day. Good stuff.
||Date: May 18, 2004 at 5:42|
|I am so sorry i accidently entered the wrong rating of 5 it should have been a 10 !!!!!!!!!!! Man this album is one of the best rock albums ive found this year,,, if its possibly to take away my rating and add 10 instead , do it ,, ill sign under ,,,Rock on ppl
||Date: July 16, 2004 at 2:00|
|I haven't listening to this album because I can't find it, if someone has any information about this great band or obut this album, pleas send it to email@example.com. thank and keep on rockin'!!!
||Date: August 25, 2004 at 12:03|
|This is a n incredible Southeren Rock, In Your Face, CD. Excellent musicians who know how to put songs together.
|From: guitar zeuss
||Date: September 7, 2004 at 17:46|
|What about Dave lizzmi on this album?. Doesnīt anyone think heīs fantastic. Heīs a Greatawesome guitar player. PEAZO GUITARRISTA COŅO. Itīs a pity they were so unfortunate. What a hard luck for a great group. They deserved something more. If you ever find this CD do yoursef a favour and buy it.
||Date: November 13, 2004 at 19:14|
||Date: November 27, 2004 at 23:55|
|Darwin, apparently, it ain't too hard to get ahold of. My local music store just ordered it for me tonight. Whoooooo-EE, I am one happy Fizzy to get my stinky little meathooks on this one! Should be coming in later in the week, and I shall report back then.
||Date: December 29, 2005 at 13:28|
|Just Got this...although it doesn't hit ya as fast as the Brilliant Rockin is ma Business..It still Kicks!! It is a deep listen,don't let it pass ya by... Dave really shines here as does Frank..... once it sinks in it's there to stay!!!!!
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 24, 2011 at 0:42|
|Only Frank and Dave left from the first album. With Haggis, the main songwriter, out, you would expect something a little different. Not really stylistically, although the AC/DC has been dialed back somewhat for an increased dose of Skynyrd (even name-checked in one song). But the quality is a little less consistent than the first album. "Drunk Again," "Hot Rod," "Back In Business" and "Keep On Keepin' On" rock like '91, but there's more "Tired Wings" and less "Lookin' For Trouble." And I realize the band had been through a lot of hard times, but they beat the hell out of the whole back again/still rockin'/lucky to be alive theme favored by aging bands. Top highlights for me are "Drunk Again," just a fun drinking song, and "Hot Rod," which is just a pure joy to listen to, the band obviously having a blast, Frank hollering and laughing and ad-libbing all over the place until the whole thing careens completely out of control.
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