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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Lookout Records
Catalog Number: LK225CD
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Brett Anderson lead vocals|
Allison Robertson guitar, backing vocals
Maya Ford bass, backing vocals
Torry Castellano drums, backing vocals
|1. ||Skintight |
|2. ||Hyperactive |
|3. ||You Don't Wanna Call |
|4. ||Hook It Up |
|5. ||Doin' Donuts |
|6. ||Searching the Streets |
|7. ||Party Action |
|8. ||I Didn't Like You Anyway |
|9. ||Get Outta My Room |
|10. ||Well Done |
|11. ||Get You Alone |
|12. ||Hot Boxin' |
|13. ||Too Fast for Love || ||Cover: Motley Crue|
|14. ||Zero |
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||Date: August 3, 2010 at 0:54|
|This was a turning point for the band in my opinion. While Turn 21 was probably the album with their first "hit" single with 40 boys, this was the one where they really cemented their sound as a cross between old school hair metal and newer teen punk. The fact that they included a cover of a Motley Crue song, and on the Jap version, a cover of Sweets Wig Wam Bam, shows that their roots were firmly entrenched in the glam genre (theres even a mention of Cinderella in one of the songs if I remember correctly).
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