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PRECIOUS METAL - Best Of Precious Metal: What You See Is What You Get - CD Mint
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Precious Metal

What You See Is What You Get

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: Renaissance Records

Catalog Number: RMED00197

Average Rating: 70 / 100 (1 rating)


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Leslie Knauer lead vocals
Janet Robin lead and rhythm guitar, keyboards, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Mara Fox lead and rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Alex Rylance bass, backing vocals
Carol M. Control drums, percussion
Susette Andres drums, percussion
Julia Farey bass, backing vocals

Nancy Wilson acoustic guitar, backing vocals on Trouble
Peter Robinson additional keyboards
Charlie Olins additional keyboards
Bobbye Hall additional percussion
Jimmie Wood harmonica on In the Mood
Tom Petersson bass on In the Mood
Cherie Currie backing vocals
Brie Howard backing vocals
Breta Troyer backing vocals
Jill Carr backing vocals
Beth Hooker backing vocals
Jana Allen backing vocals
Angel Rogers backing vocals
Joanne Harris backing vocals
Debbie Dye backing vocals
1.  This Girl  3:35
2.  Sweet Sweet  3:28
3.  Cheesecake  2:37
4.  Moving Mountains  3:45
5.  Mr. Big Stuff  3:09
6.  Emily  3:11
7.  What You See Is What You Get  3:25
8.  In the Mood  4:51
9.  Easier Than You Think  4:28
10.  Right Here, Right Now  3:00
11.  All Fall Down  2:59
12.  You Do Something Special  4:05
13.  Push  4:04
14.  Downhill Dreamer  5:20
15.  Stand Up and Shout  3:19
16.  Trouble  4:18
17.  Pretty Boy  3:09
18.  That Kind of Girl  3:11
19.  Howl at the Moon  3:45
20.  Shakin'  2:55
21.  Chasing Rainbows  4:09
Total Running Time:  76:43

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tony Date: March 3, 2003 at 6:10
If the positive things said about this band on this website inspires just ONE person to get this cd then you are a lucky person my friend. There aren't enough positive words to describe these girls. Absolutely PERFECT pop-metal played with exuberance and a innocence Poison could only dream of. Great toe-tapping melodies that no matter how old you are INSTANTLY transport you to being 16 years old again. A "Best Of" album here that is a GREAT representation of these ladies!!!

From: freddy de keyze Date: March 6, 2003 at 19:45
Nice promotion, Tony, but the truth is that this is a piece of poor women's hardrock (no insult to the ladies !). Let it rest in peace ! Listen to something decent, not to this.

From: Federico Date: March 28, 2003 at 15:18
I agree with Tony, the positivity of this party metal really gives me good vibrations. Their cds are impossible to find where I live, so I can only download something from this exciting band. Long live to the metal girls. I have always been a fan of band like Vixen,Phantom blue, lee AAron, Lita Ford,Cherrie Bombz, Clara and the black cars and Doro.

From: Nelson Date: March 13, 2004 at 12:22
You can see Susette Andres at the Furama in Westchester at the corner of Lincoln and Manchester Monday nights. She and Christy manage Karaoke there. She is a great musician but an even much better person. She has a great voice.

From: michaelb40 Date: December 6, 2005 at 13:35
Susette is currently playing in a band called Wild Side, predominately in the High Desert region of Los Angeles County. You can get a schedule of when and where she will be performing by going to http://fp1.antelecom.net/michaelb/wildside.htm She is an amazing drummer and singer. The band is a really fun band. Feel free to email me at michaelb@antelecom.net with any questions or comments

From: Trigger Date: September 27, 2006 at 16:25
Saw Susette perform with her new band, The Other Otherz the other night! It was freakin' awesome! They're trying to get their sound out there so keep on the look out. I guess she's still performing in the High Desert - I talked to michaelb (see above) and she's selling a CD. Check it out!!!!!!

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