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Artist: Dangerous Curves

Title: So Dirty Right

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2018

Label: Self Released

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Personnel

Cammy Paul guitars
Kym Britten vocals
Luke Chapman drums
Ziggy Robertson bass

Tracks

1.  Sensational Submit  3:53
2.  Art of the Heart  4:10
3.  Club Mile High  3:56
4.  Funky Bonez  4:34
5.  I Need Lovin'  2:51
6.  So Dirty Right  3:34
7.  Ready Or Not  3:59
8.  See You Again  4:50
9.  Forbidden Love  4:35
10.  Locked Down  4:28
  
Total Running Time:  40:50

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From: CC Date: November 25, 2019 at 21:39
Just got this one direct from the bands store and it is an interesting one (firstly, be aware it is a CDR) for me. The album is highly competent and has some cool songs on it, with influences that defo throw a nod to the likes of Def Leppard and Danger Danger, with a little bit of maybe Reckless Love thrown in at times but at no point does it really rock out. It just seems to be one mid paced rocker after another. Yes it has the obligatory slow paced ballad in Forbidden love, but the only two songs that throw up something a lil different are Funky bonez which is a mid pace funky rocker, and I need lovin which is an acoustic number but not a ballad. Locked down is probably the closest they come to a balls out rocker, but even that never really lets fully rip. Sounds a bit harsh as I do love the album, its just that I was hoping for a bit more diversity in pacing.


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