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Artist: John Diva and the Rockets of Love

Title: Mama Said Rock is Dead

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2019

Label: Steamhammer / SPV

Catalog Number: 288052

Personnel

John Diva vocals
Snake Rocket guitars
J.J. Love guitars
Remmie Martin bass
Lee Stingray drums

Tracks

1.  Whiplash  
2.  Lolita  
3.  Rock n' Roll Heaven  
4.  Wild Life  
5.  Blinded  
6.  Dance Dirty  
7.  Just A Night Away  
8.  Fire Eyes  
9.  Get It On  
10.  Long Legs  
11.  Toxic  
12.  Rocket Of Love  

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: April 10, 2019 at 0:02
It was inevitable, Steel Panther had a hair band baby with vintage MTV DNA and popped out this 80's Euro-Retro creation. Eliminate the over the top Panther raunch and tune up the glam and you have Diva and the Rock-ettes. The band is comprised of competent musicians with an above average lead guitarist. The album is a tribute of sorts with original material. See their videos and you will know what I mean. German frontman,John Diva (can a dude be a DIVA?) is proud as a peacock and describes the album “It’s a trip for those who have lived and loved Rock ‘N’ Roll, for all those who still do so and for all the millions of people who up to now didn’t even know what they’ve been missing. We’re having a party as big as the eighties and you’re invited to let your imagination take flight by my wild and wonderful life.” JOHN DIVA & The Rockets Of Love 'Lolita' (Official Video) https://www.youtube.com/watchtime_continue=4&v=5729JDpq4JI

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 4, 2019 at 11:04
I agree with the Steel Panther like assessment! The first few songs for sure until they get to Rock N Roll Heaven which is a lost Kid Rock tune and then Wild Life where it's a blatant rip off of Whitesnakes - Give Me All Your Love….this album should appeal to anyone who loves the 80's hairband era music. Great guitars and vocals. This should be on everyone's end of the year list for top 25 of the year.85/100


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