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|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: August 21, 2010 at 17:45|
|Great Sleaze Hard Rock, "Jailbreak(VG cover) Turbosheen, My Deceit, Last Cigarette(100% G&R Great ballad and my fav) I Lied, Spoiled, Cry, Richer or Poorer(another Great ballad ala G&R)" my fav. tracks and the best IMO, Recommended 90/100.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 11, 2016 at 15:33|
|They might as well have called themselves the Hollywood Rejects, because these are all Sunset Strip Johnny-come-latelies. WAY lately. You got two Slower Pussycats, a Beautiful Creature, and some guy who was in some bands nobody outside L.A. ever heard of. Don't know who that singer is either. Then for "additional personnel," you get some people who were in the outer orbit of GnR--Hollywood Roses, get it? So obviously, they're going for that strung-out and starving, early Gunners feel. And this is good, raspy-voiced, sloppy-guitar, punk-attitude sleaze, and a far cry from the big Def Lep harmonies and unintentional comedy from Scandinavia. But Dopesnake sounds like a bunch of aging Rainbow Bar & Grill lifers and loafers trying to recreate a vibe from 20 years ago. DOn't get me wrong, they do a good job, but there's something a little too calculating about it. It almost feels like a solid retro-night tribute band decided to try writing some original tunes (notice the three covers).
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 11, 2016 at 15:34|
|"Hell Yeah," "Last Cigarette" and "Suicide Is Much Too Slow" are my favorites.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: September 18, 2018 at 8:28|
|excellent review of Doghouse Reilly and a pretty good debut for HOLLYWOOD ROSES that could be better without the covers and with some better choruses!the sound is great and similar to VELVET REVOLVER s or an updated GNR one with that sleazy vibe all over that i so much love!i ve seen Michael Thomas on stage he s ok but nothing blowminding !recommended if you dig that particular sound
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