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Category: Glam / Hard Rock
Label: Interscope Records
Catalog Number: B0032896-02
|2.||All Dressed Up (With Nowhere To Go)|
|3.||Do You Love Me||Cover: KISS|
|4.||I Hate How Much I Want You|
|7.||Burn It Down|
|8.||Another Hit Of Showmanship|
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|From: Auslander||Date: November 9, 2020 at 12:13|
|The boyz are back and this time around they sound even more like a classic glam rock band from the 70s. Even the track featuring some Def Leppard members (track 4) sounds like a glam stomper from Sweet or Slade. Of course there is a modern sheen to this album but I think any fans of that classic glam rock (not glam metal) sound will find something to like here in 2020.|
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