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|1.||New York Mining Disaster 1941||Cover: Bee Gees|
|2.||Grease||Cover: Frankie Valli|
|3.||Disco Inferno||Cover: The Trammps|
|4.||Islands in the Stream||Cover: Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers|
|5.||Woman in Love||Cover: Barbra Streisand|
|6.||If I Cant Have You||Cover: Bee Gees|
|7.||To Love Somebody||Cover: Bee Gees|
|8.||Hot Stuff||Cover: Donna Summer|
|9.||Nights on Broadway||Cover: Bee Gees|
|10.||You Make Me Feel Like Dancing||Cover: Leo Sayer|
|11.||I Started a Joke||Cover: Bee Gees|
|12.||Xanadu||Cover: Olivia Newton John & ELO|
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|From: Axelinger||Date: August 8, 2012 at 15:50|
|Why???????? How could there possibly be a market for such lamebrained crap? This type of derivative concept was pioneered (and never topped by latter copycats) by Spinal Tap in the early 80's. Crappy songs covered for (supposed) laughs by performers(?) giving themselves idiotic names a la Fozzy. Is there even one original idea offered up in this claptrap? This album is a must for the collection of extremely stupid and easily-amused people. Disco isn't dead - it STILL sucks!! Right on par with this festering pile of shit.|
|From: CC||Date: August 11, 2012 at 15:37|
|Get that stick out of your arse and lighten up Francis. This just happens to be fun rock with its tongue planted firmly in its cheek. Just cause you have no sense of humour, dont start insulting people who do. Comparing it to the likes of Spinal Tap and Fozzy shows how little you actually understand about this band. These guys put on a show with an energy that most bands could only dream of having, and their albums are secondary to that.|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: August 18, 2012 at 8:58|
|Axelinger you have to know by now that mentioning CC's rock gods Fozzy in a negative light is blasphemous. I redeemed a couple of that band's members because they are now in the excellent "Walking With Kings". They realized Chris Jericho was the dead weight and abandoned ship. Tragedy (appropriate band name) makes Steel Panther & Dirty Penny sound like musical prodigies. Genre: Disco Hard Rock? 'The All-Metal Tribute To The Bee Gees' is this NYC based band's inspiration. Composed of geeks who look like Bill Gates bastard offspring and sound like bell bottom Disco/Grunge Hell unleashed upon your ears. Spinal Tap w/ puppet show is too good for 'Tragedy' to be on the bill. The band has previously tried out for America’s Got Talent a few years ago, so you know the caliber of musicians we have here. Don't forget to pick up their first release "We Rock Sweet Balls And Can Do No Wrong". http://pop-break.com/2012/02/17/interview-tragedy-the-all-metal-tribute-to-the-bee-gees/|
|From: CC||Date: January 28, 2014 at 13:31|
|Poor MetallionStallion, following me around like a lovesick puppy. Its not my fault you are such a humourless twat, and that you have no musical taste. Please dont follow me around anymore, or I will have to have a restraining order slapped on your arse ... although to be fair, from what I hear you like having things slapped on your arse.|
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