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Funny Money - Back Again CD + Even Better...Live! rare
Funny Money - Back Again CD + Even Better...Live! rare
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Funny Money

Back Again

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1999

Label: Kivel Records

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Average Rating: 65 / 100 (5 ratings)

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Personnel
Steve Whiteman vocals
Dean Cramer guitar
Mark Schenker bass
Louis Coppola guitar
Sam Stilwell drums
Tracks
1.  Resurrection (Back Again)  
2.  Funny Money  
3.  Pink Glasses  
4.  Sloppy Kisses  
5.  Wrapped Around You  
6.  Horny Little Angel  
7.  Damage Control  
8.  I Felt Everything  
9.  Owe It All to You  
10.  Boogie Man live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Reno Date: May 19, 2003 at 4:37
This was a good CD for the most part. I still liked their first one better. This one seems a little directionless at times.

From: Gar Date: May 23, 2003 at 7:26
The band's not quite as good as Kix, but they're not bad. At times it does sound a lot like the early Kix albums. Songs range from catchy to forgettable, but there's nothing really bad on this. The live version of 'Boogie Man' goes on for too long though. If you liked Steve Whiteman in Kix, it's worth picking this up. If not... there are better cds to spend your funny money on!

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: September 8, 2003 at 10:10
Not quite as strong as their first release, but still full of good tunes.'Resurrection','Pink Glasses','Sloppy Kisses',and 'I Felt Everything' are my faves here.Gar is right though, the live version of 'Boogie Man' goes on FOREVER...not sure what the thinking was on that one.Their new CD 'Skin to Skin' will be out any day now! Check it out!

From: mark Date: February 28, 2004 at 15:57
The lineup for this relaese actually is Steve Whiteman V./Dean Cramer G./ Billy Andrews G./ Ned Meloni B./ and Geoff Burrel D.

From: Metal Pete Date: November 3, 2004 at 8:11
More good Steve Whiteman rock, highlights here include: 'Pink Glasses', 'Horny Littel Angel' and 'Damage Control'. If you like the first one you'll like this too. Mainly for KIX fanatics and collectors. Like the first one though, it's rare and thus an attractive addition for your collection.

From: caritosmatanza Date: January 27, 2006 at 9:14
Leí en una entrevista con el bueno de whiteman que los discos de funnymoney vendían una media de 5000 copias. Para alguien cuyos discos entraban en el top 100 hace no mucho y se distribuían en todo el mundo, tiene que ser una ostia considerable. En la onda de los primeros kix,con algunos temas a la altura de los viejos/buenos tiempos.Gran Hard rock .Y funny money es un temazo que podría haber estado en cualquier gran disco de kix. Cojonudos. 9/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 2, 2009 at 1:26
This one's a little too light and Cheap Trick-y for my taste. Just doesn't have the same crunch factor as the debut. "Funny Money" and "Damage Control" are good, hard tracks, and "Wrapped Around You" is a good, midpaced, laid-back song. The thing I'm noticing is that the hooks just aren't as strong as the Kix days, with a lot of the choruses seeming to just miss. The live track is entertaining, but you won't listen to it every time you put the disc in. It's like he was trying to make it the new "Yeah Yeah Yeah."

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 2, 2009 at 1:26
This one's a little too light and Cheap Trick-y for my taste. Just doesn't have the same crunch factor as the debut. "Funny Money" and "Damage Control" are good, hard tracks, and "Wrapped Around You" is a good, midpaced, laid-back song. The thing I'm noticing is that the hooks just aren't as strong as the Kix days, with a lot of the choruses seeming to just miss. The live track is entertaining, but you won't listen to it every time you put the disc in. It's like he was trying to make it the new "Yeah Yeah Yeah."


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