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Artist: King Lizard

Title: A Nightmare Livin' The Dream

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 2012

Label: Bad Reputation

Catalog Number: BAD121101

Personnel

Flash Roxx Sawyer vocals
Niro Knox guitar
Lee Benz bass
Moyano El Buffalo drums
Alex The Wolfman Creese trumpet

Tracks

1.  Come Get Some  
2.  Kneel To The King  
3.  I Cant Be Your Lover  
4.  Hair Of The Dog  
5.  I Want You To Want Me  
6.  If Its A Sin  
7.  A Nightmare Livin' The Dream  
8.  Just To Hear You Say It  
9.  This Aint Love  
10.  Hard To Get  
11.  Down  
12.  Waterloo Ratz  

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From: Reverend Mayhem Date: February 14, 2013 at 11:40
B-Grade '80s Sunset Strip rock, following the Motley Crue model. Standard fare for the genre with sufficiently good production to make it listenable, but the songs themselves are weak. For riff rock, the riffs are pretty forgettable. Not my thing, really -- especially the singer slipping into a bad Axl Rose imitation here and there. "Hair of The Dog" (no, not the Nazareth tune) is okay for an up-tempo rocker. Overall, it's been done much better by much better bands. 50 / 100

From: metalmastermusic Date: March 11, 2013 at 14:15
I don't think I agree with thw Motley Crue model type thing...from a sound perspective more like a GNR sound esepecially with teh vocals. A sleazy GNR woudl be my evaluation.

From: CC Date: April 14, 2013 at 15:18
Been listening to this on and off recently and saw them live a few nights ago, and I have to say while the title track of the debut album is still one of my fave songs by them, this album seems to me to be stronger as a whole. I have heard comparrisons to GNR and Crue, I think this has more of a Faster Pussycat vibe to my ears. One of my albums of the moment for sure. Lots of good shit coming out of Britain at the moment.


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