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Artist: Machinegun Kelly

Title: White Line Offside

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 1995

Label: Megarock Records

Catalog Number: MRRCD019

Personnel

Andy Pierce Vocals
Lefty Bass
Stanley Drums
Whilst Cliff Guitars

Re-issued on Perris Records in 2004 (PER01442)

Tracks

1.  Hell Suicide  3:38
2.  White Line Offside  4:35
3.  Wild Sodom  3:06
4.  Crackhouse  4:19
5.  Sister Sin  3:45
6.  Bullshit City  3:31
7.  Strange Kind of Love  2:52
8.  Kikk That Habbit  3:22
9.  Rosalie  5:25
10.  Psycho Kid  3:58
11.  Loosers Garden  4:05
  
Total Running Time:  42:36

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Japangea Date: September 14, 2010 at 1:39
Hanoi Rock-ish fine sleazy band.Track 2 is really like "Night Train" in style.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 14, 2010 at 10:12
Wasn't there an American band using this same name back in the day, out of St. Louis, I think?

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 17, 2010 at 1:21
Very Good Sleaze Hard Rock, "Hell Suicide, Crackhouse, Kikk That Habbit, Rosalie & Psycho Kid" fav tracks, 85/100.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 28, 2016 at 22:32
I've gotten to the bottom of this deal. This is indeed the Swedish band. There's another band, written as Machine Gun Kelly, three words, who were from St. Louis. The EP of theirs that I have is called Styrchnine, from 2001, and is more of a modern-metal sound, like industrialized, down-tuned heavy hair-metal. As for the Swedish Machinegun Kelly ... It's good uptempo sleazy, somewhat punky metal, like if Spread Eagle did a whole album of "Back On The Bitch" for example. The thing that puts me off though is their very Swedish-ness. It's got that whole "funny accent, awkward lyrics" thing going on, and the singer tries hard to be gritty and aggressive, but his voice just seems too smooth, like he's just waiting to break into some Crazy Lixx style harmonies (which ishmercifully doesn't). These guys were doing Crashdiet a decade before Rest In Sleeze. It just has a contrived feel to it, guys making music from another time and place. Of note, the title track must have a different singer on

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 28, 2016 at 22:35
... it, because he's super-rough on just that one song. Overall, there's nothing bad on this disc, but there's no getting around these being a bunch of Swedish meatballs pretending to be L.A. gutter trash.


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