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Category: Sleaze Glam
Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: PERR911788
|1.||Back To The 80's|
|3.||Hot Girls Fast Cars|
|4.||Tales From The Porn|
|6.||Girls Wanna Party (In Augusta Street)|
|7.||Let It Shake|
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|From: nobycane74||Date: November 5, 2017 at 17:16|
|Every now & then comes a release that wants to capture the essence and feel of that Sunset Strip hard rock/sleaze moment. What makes this release fun initially, is that is it basic, stripped down sleaze rock n roll, that "could" easily mesh with that time period. Luckily, we have a recognizable voice to help with that...Stevie Rachelle (Tuff). I like this release, more so than Tuff's recent releases over the last few years. While the band itself is from Argentina, recruiting Rachelle was a great idea. In fact, this release could easily pass off for a revitalized Tuff release had it been marketed that way. Really solid songs on this release...though track #9 really did not strike me too well, but 8/9 tracks is still a worthy recommendation here, even though the band name is not really that creative (a little cheesy IMO). HIGHLIGHTS: #1,3,4,6,7,8. MY RATING: 89/100.|
|From: Monk 47||Date: November 7, 2021 at 15:20|
|This is a Killer cd. Sleazy hard rock at its best. Think Crazy Lixx on steroids with a little bit of Steel Panther. 10 in my book|
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