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Label: Demon Doll Records
|4.||Walk of Shame|
|5.||We Don't Need No Hero Live - Acoustic|
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|From: SunsetHoliday||Date: July 30, 2021 at 7:34|
|After listening to this EP, you'd be surprised that it isn't from the 80s. Midnite Eve was a band from 2010-2013 and is unfortunately a case of a modern band not being able to get enough press. For how little this band was together though they were able to pump out a few phenomenal songs! Every song has a huge hook and a solid production. The review on Sleazeroxx does the band more justice than I could but to give you an idea of what to expect, Fallin', Bad Brand, and Crazy are upbeat party rockers, Walk of Shame has a melodic start that explodes into an anthemic chorus, and We Don't Need No Hero is an acoustic song with some kick. The CD has another song called Devil in my Heart which is another rocker that just might be my favorite song of the disc. On top of that there are few more demos floating on the net, most with equally top production. Do yourself a favor and listen to what they did make while they were around any way you can! My rating is 88/100|
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