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Artist: Precious Metal

Title: Precious Metal

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Category: Glam

Year: 1990

Label: Chameleon

Catalog Number: D2-74834

Personnel

Leslie Knauer vocals
Janet Robin guitars
Mara Fox guitars
Julia Farey bass
Carol M. Control drums

Tracks

1.  Mr. Big Stuff  3:00
2.  Trouble  4:09
3.  Two Hearts  3:05
4.  Thrilling Life  3:30
5.  Forever Tonight  4:31
6.  Reckless  4:22
7.  Eazier Than You Think  4:18
8.  Nasty Habits  3:50
9.  Downhill Dreamer  5:11
10.  In The Mood  4:46
11.  Howl At The Moon  3:36
12.  Chasing Rainbows  4:22
  
Total Running Time:  48:40

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tony Date: April 23, 2002 at 9:57
Seriously if you dig any of the band's on this website check these guys out!! These guys wrote and sang the kind of songs we 'claim' all the classic pop-rock bands did. And there was NO better band at writing catchy sing-along choruses. This album was a more mature sound for these guys but still a winner in every way. Criminally underrated!!!

From: The Frost Date: April 23, 2002 at 10:48
Hay Tony you do know that these guys are actually these chicks, right?

From: Tony Date: May 2, 2002 at 20:04
By 'these guys' I was just implying 'these people' it just sounds bad in translation. Way to give me a heart attack though Frost, I was like 'Shit what the heck did I write man???'.

From: vicflame Date: October 5, 2002 at 15:25
Precious Metal is a great female band from the end of the 80's-beginning of the 90's. Definitely criminally underrated ! If somebody can help me to get this one, please know you're more than welcome !!!!!!!

From: koogles Date: October 30, 2002 at 13:31
Decent but unspectacular female fronted rock of the Vixen or Private Life variety. 'Reckless' is a great song, and this CD could use a few more like it.

From: CheeseStooge24 Date: July 19, 2004 at 21:47
Sorry, guess I'm the bad guy here. I have to disagree with everyone. I thought this album sucked pretty bad. It was given to me at a radio station promo. I'm glad I didn't buy it. Smells like total corporate-poser sell-out music to me. I hated it. Sorry. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.

From: Geoff Date: November 18, 2004 at 21:29
Ah, finally! I agree 100% with a song Koogles rates I seem to like a few same releases as the man in question, but always different songs it seems. But I must agree, 'Reckless' is by far the stand-out track here (Later covered by Two Fires under the title, 'Alyssia' was it? ) But anyway, this is an okay CD. I like 'Trouble' as well, and 'Two hearts' is pretty cool. I've had this about 5 times and always traded it for better, but kept a CDR because it is pretty good.

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: June 19, 2005 at 10:59
Continuan con el cochino Hard Rock empleado en su anterior disco aunq bien es cierto q en algún q otro tema de este disco se aprecian ligeros toques melódicos.Aún asi me parecen una banda bastante vulgar,es cierto q le ponen empeño y meten caña pero calidad tienen la minima.En fin q si te gustan bandas de féminas de corte glamerillo como Poison Dollys,Princess Pang,Smashed Gladys,Cherry Bombz...lo mismo te van,ahora bien si buscas un Rock mas elaborado y de mayor sentido comercial huye de esto.

From: headbanger4life Date: December 27, 2005 at 3:53
Ah yes, being a female fronted fan, I loved this one. The gals rock very similiarly to Vixen, No Shame and Phantom Blue. Some really good rockin' songs here. I loved "Mr. Big Stuff" and "Trouble".

From: Metal T Date: October 14, 2009 at 19:44
Picked it up for cheap a couple years back.Although not really metal or my thing...this is decent for what it is.Way better than the overly dolled-up and overrated 'Vixen'.The best tune on there is 'Nasty Habits' and its easily better than anything Vixen ever did.Leslie the singer sounds tons better than Janet?? What the hell is her name?? Again,nothing spectacular here but one of the guitarists Janet Robin took lessons from "Randy Rhoads" so thats good enough for me.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 1, 2011 at 11:58
Wonderful album by these chicks ...really good catchy songs..a mix of rock tunes with AOR ones(or at least that's the feeling of some of the them)...the album opens with a couple of fine tracks "Mr Big Stuff" & "Trouble" that lead to the AORishes "Two Hearts"(this one reminds me of Joan Jett type of stuff),"Thrilling Life" & the best song of the album IMHO "Reckless"...a song is "In The Mood" and "Chasing Rainbows" is a nice closing song...if you are into the likes of Vixen,Joan Jett,Femme Fatale,Annica and Alexa then Precious Metal is your band! .92/100


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