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Label: Ra Ra Records
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|2.||Seal It With a Kiss|
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|From: CC||Date: October 23, 2018 at 19:23|
|I really like this album. Best way of describing it is a cross between 70s glam of Kiss/Sweet and some of the less polished 80s glam acts. Nothing on this album is gonna set the world on fire, but it is a fun listen. My only worry with these guys is their management seem to be hyping them up to be way bigger than they are, which I hope does not backfire on them. They do not feel as polished as some glam bands which might put some people off as it has that similar bargain basement feel that the UK version of Wrathchild had back in the 80s.|
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