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|3.||Cant Get Away|
|4.||Fight With Me|
|5.||We Salute You|
|6.||Feed The Fire|
|7.||Wet, Tired & Lonely|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: February 22, 2017 at 0:03|
|Ironic this Swede band's singer is named Sebastian as this act has Skidrow-esque influences. Surprised this one is a comments wasteland as it should be on the short list of those into Crashdiet, Crazy Lixx, with glam/sleaze influenced 80's HR. This band has been around for almost a decade but releasing 3 EP's in a row is a little gun shy. Fortunately they got their current singer on their first full release album a couple years ago "2014 Start Talking". "What You Fear The Most" is a step up from that album on all levels. The opening track "Memory Lane' has the in your face goods as with most of the tracks. This one cracked my top 10 for 2016.|
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