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Label: Spastic Plastic
Catalog Number: 0 77078 60032 6
Karen Greening vocals|
Don Harrison guitars
Don Binns bass
Don Short drums
|1. ||Crawl ||4:58|
|2. ||Superbitch ||3:53|
|3. ||Come on Song ||4:37|
|4. ||My Machine ||4:12|
|5. ||Mascara ||4:14|
|6. ||Misenchanted ||4:35|
|7. ||Black Metal Jesus ||3:01|
|8. ||Here ||3:49|
|9. ||Obsolete ||4:00|
|10. ||Shed ||4:23|
|11. ||Strange Alice ||4:48|
|12. ||Dying Star ||4:50|
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|Total Running Time:|| 51:20|
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||Date: October 4, 2010 at 16:44|
|Hmmm, I submitted this one years ago, and it got ignored. Anyway, for those not in the know, Karen Greening is the real name of Lee Aaron, but dont expect any of her typical melodic rock. This was what many people would term as her "sell out" album, I guess, as its very alternative in its style. This was pretty much the album that bridged her final classic rock solo album and her first jazz solo album, but really doesnt sound like either. While Emotional Rain probably showed signs of her moving in this direction, it was still a very good melodic rock album, this wasnt. (I actually have a version of Emotional Rain with two songs from this tacked on). While its certainly not the worst example of alternative rock, I can see this one being as popular with Lee Aaron fans as Belly to belly was with Warrant fans.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: October 4, 2010 at 19:43|
|Avoid like a plague! Forget about this one, Awful Alternative stuff, well if you love Alternative stuff this could be yours, not for me 5/10
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