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Tip Of The Tongue
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||Date: January 4, 2013 at 15:26|
|Imagine if Lemmy (Motorhead) choose the Melodic Hard Rock route with an edge. Think of a more hook friendly 'Sinner' with potty mouth lyrics. Develin has 4 solo albums out and since this is the first review of any of his albums on HH he must have flew under the radar(for good reason). " I gotta gun, I gotta knife, I hate your F-ing Guts,you can't die fast enough" are some of the quality love song lyrics you will hear on this one. There are enough F-bombs flying on this release to make Steel Panther blush. He even tries to pull off a ballad "Never Let you Go" coughing up a Phlegm ball and sounds even worse (if that's possible). Let's just say after listening to this one I have a new appreciation for Gene Simmons vocals.
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