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Category: Sleaze Glam
|1.||Too Bad for You|
|3.||Crash Boom Bang|
|4.||When You Fall|
|6.||Top of the Line|
|7.||I Don't Mind If You Die|
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|From: glam_junkie||Date: July 28, 2011 at 0:45|
|After spendign the last few years as a "Wrathchild UK - meets Pretty Boy Floyd" mega-glam band, these guys have now taken a much, much darker route. Their new sound sits somewhere between Alleycat Scratch and Murderdolls. This ep high octane sleaze metal, and they're pretty good at it! If you want a cd to crank to 11.... this is the one! 85/100|
|From: glam_junkie||Date: July 28, 2011 at 0:47|
|btw, the sleeve shown above musta been what they have used to promote it online as the actual physical sleeve it different. The sleeve that came with the physical cd release is almost entirely black with the above image super-imposed over the top.|
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