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Catalog Number: 0867-2
|3.||Party In Hollywood|
|5.||Don't Know When To Stop|
|6.||Public Enemy #1|
|7.||Run, Run, Run|
|9.||Rock & Roll Queen|
|10.||2000 Rock & Roll|
|11.||Nobody Loves You Like I Do (Demo)|
|12.||Straight From The Heart (Demo)|
|13.||Dream Girl (Demo)|
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|From: Whiplash1972||Date: June 24, 2003 at 18:38|
|Picked this one up CHEAP on Ebay, so I don't really feel cheated. "Nonstop Rock","Party in Hollywood","Public Enemy #1"(yes, their version of the Motley Crue song, which Nikki Sixx helped write while in the band London),and "2000 Rock & Roll" are pretty good, but the rest is, well, not so good. The demos are just that, DEMOS, and they sound horrid.The other songs struck me as filler. If you can pick this up cheap, it is worth getting, just to hear their version of "Public Enemy #1".|
|From: purrfect-kat||Date: June 26, 2003 at 8:26|
|This cd is shit in every way, shape and form.|
|From: Trick Taylor||Date: August 27, 2004 at 10:59|
|I'm not sure how the HH Illuminatti missed this one. This is pure GLAM, not the Outfield in lipstick crap that often passes as such. Think Slade meets Rocky Horror with a dash of Green Day. This is fun as hell!! "Run Run Run", "Elvis's TV", and "Radio Stars" are the real standouts. Give it a few spins and it will grow on you. The 3 bonus tracks of very early LONDON are extremely poor quality, but historically significant (1980 featuring Nikki Sixx and Nigel Benjamin). Glitterhounds unite!|
|From: Geoff||Date: September 19, 2004 at 20:50|
|This is a shit album, IMO, and the fact that I only got the usd$2.04 on ebay for it might help to justify that comment. Sad thing is, it's not really even worth that. It shouldn't be that bad, but to me it's just poor glam hard rock. The songs, to me, sound like crap and there's no real hooks or worth to the songs. Apologies, but just didn't do it for me.|
|From: whambamglamfan||Date: October 18, 2004 at 17:35|
|Those who call this crap just dont understand where this band is coming from. The frontman, Lizzie Grey is a rock legend. He was right there in the beginning of the 80's glam/metal scene, and is highly respected by members of Motley Crue, W.A.S.P., GNR, Cinderella, Poison, etc. Give the man his props-And honestly, I think their version of public enemy #1 sounds more energetic. Vince Neil has a lame whine that could turn off even a cat in heat.|
|From: Andii Vamp||Date: May 2, 2005 at 21:03|
|Some of the songs on here like Non Stop Rock, Radio Stars etc were originally off the London-Non Stop Rock album. Loved London and love Spiders & Snakes. Good shtuff!|
|From: beth1979||Date: October 7, 2005 at 2:43|
|Those who talk trash about this album don't know what real glam is. I bet the ppl who say this is crap also think Hanoi Rocks is crap too, right? This is the real deal. Give Lizzie some respect!|
|From: metalmastermusic||Date: March 18, 2013 at 14:07|
|Not sure where everyone tyhinks this is a crap release. It is a classic early glam sound to it but not bad. 75/100 from me. I happen to have the Japanese import version of it with a different cover on the Sansei records label.|
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