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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Upstart Records
Catalog Number: UPSTART 026
|1.||Let Them Eat Rock|
|2.||Little Lord Fauntleroy|
|3.||Rock 'N'Roll Butler|
|5.||Who's Who Of Love|
|6.||I've Got My Ascot 'N' My Dickie|
|8.||Friend Of A Friend Of The Working Class|
|10.||Little Rickshaw Boy|
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|From: Curious B||Date: January 31, 2002 at 12:50|
|These guys took the Spinal Tap idea to the 10th degree. They're music reflects the image of the band (17th Century Aristocrats). Everything is tongue and cheek. Music along the lines of AC/DC meets Glam. Not a bad song on the CD. A must buy and if they tour in your area a must see!!!!! One of my favorite bands currently.|
|From: Purrfect Kat||Date: August 3, 2002 at 0:22|
|Very AC/DC like and both their cds Rock.|
|From: Helix||Date: September 14, 2006 at 10:17|
|This cd did not do much for me.And no way do these guys sound like AC/DC. I think if A person likes punk and kinda of glam mix this cd would be for them but this is not the average hard rock cd|
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