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Category: Hard Rock
Label: UKJ Records
Catalog Number: UKJ Records/Metalville MV0086
|1.||Hell Ainít Hard To Find|
|2.||Let the Record Play|
|4.||Mirror of the Man|
|5.||She's Already Gone|
|6.||Nothing Ever Changes|
|7.||My Old Man|
|8.||Under the Bottom|
|9.||Ace of Spades|
|11.||Papa Was a Rolling Stone|
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|From: Doug||Date: January 15, 2016 at 16:40|
|I've always been a big UKJ fan, and it's great to see them putting out new music. This album is decent. I really like the first 3 tracks. Worth a spin, in my opinion.|
|From: nobycane74||Date: January 29, 2017 at 12:38|
|UKJ will always hold dear to many people of the 1990's, because they took chances and did not care what anyone thought or cared...which resulted in their success and demise too (1996 Motel California). Upon UKJ initial return in 2012 with EP (Stairway to Hell), saw the band comeback at the return of demand from fans. Is it the UKJ of the 90's? No ... is it UKJ at all? Yes...just more modern/mature. Some good tracs worth listening too, but the alternative stylistic nature of Whitford Crane is much different than it was 25 yesars ago too. Cannot hurt either with their tribute to Lemmy & Motorhead! HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9. MY RATING: 77/100|
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