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Category: Glam Rock
Label: Wednesday 13
|1.||Casualties & Tragedies|
|2.||Nothing's All I Need|
|3.||Rocket To Nowhere|
|4.||Something for the Suffering|
|5.||What Did You Expect?|
|6.||Tell You Like It Is|
|8.||One More Reason To Hate You|
|9.||Get Me Through the Night|
|10.||Back To the Gutter|
|11.||Let's Kill the Hero|
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|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: October 17, 2010 at 13:02|
|Good Glam Hard Rock, 75/100.|
|From: CC||Date: December 7, 2017 at 12:44|
|Wednesday 13 is better known for his horror inspired rock with bands like The Frankenstein Drag Queens or Murderdolls, but this project was more like his attempt at making and old school style hard rock/glam metal album, and he makes a damn good job of it. Sound wise, it certainly draws inspiration from Appetite for destruction era GNR, no doubt. You can of course hear elements of his other bands in it too, but I think the GNR comparison is a fair one. Great little album, and Los Angel-less is as catchy as fuck.|
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