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Shake The Faith
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Category: Sleaze Glam
Label: Rocksector Records
Catalog Number: RSRCD1207
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Dave Sanders Drums, Vocals|
Millsy Bass, Vocals
Rozey Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar
Shane Kirk Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
|1. ||How You Feel (On Me) |
|2. ||Thrive |
|3. ||Out of Control |
|4. ||You Were Out To Get Me |
|5. ||Sue You for Your Soul |
|6. ||Immoral Heights of a Lowlife |
|7. ||No Good, So Wrong, So Right |
|8. ||Shake the Faith |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: juan carlos
||Date: October 13, 2010 at 22:18|
|many sites are comparing this band to Crashdiet or Guns n Roses, well i'm not so excited about it. Good Sleazy hardRock with lots of attitude but not great IMO. 8/10
||Date: February 3, 2013 at 16:56|
|Am a recent convert to these guys having seen them support Steel Panther in late 2012. Purchased this album and the more recent EP together, and have to say that while this album is great, the EP is far better, showing a definite evolution. The band seems to revolve around the singer and drummer, as the rhythm guitarist changed for the EP, and the bassist has changed since that was released. The early GNR comparisons are pretty obvious, but I certainly wouldnt say they sound like them exactly. They have that sleaze/punk attitude of early GNR, but have their own vibe going on. Certainly worth picking up the new fan pack from their website if its still available, as its a bargain.
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