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Label: Americoma Records
Catalog Number: 63985-78071-2
|1.||Don't Laugh (You Might Be Next)|
|3.||Piece of Candy|
|4.||Shopping Cart Jesus|
|6.||Song to Slit Your Wrists By|
|9.||All My Heroes Are Dead|
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|From: CC||Date: December 5, 2018 at 6:53|
|I bought this one purely based on Nikki Sixx's involvement, but really did not expect much from it, which was lucky as it is possibly one of the worst albums I have ever heard. I can barely call any of the tracks on here "songs" as they are a mess of noise with no sense of melody. I get that Nikki was experimenting and wanted to do something he could not do in the Crue, but the later Sixx AM project proved you can do that and actually sound good. This one is just for completionists who have to have everything by members of the Crue, otherwise best avoided.|
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