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Don't have an extra hundred bucks or so laying around to pick up the original 1991 Cadillac Bratz release?

 

You can grab a fully re-mastered version now from Retrospect Records:

 

http://www.retrospectrecords.com/products/...llac_bratz.html

 

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That could go in the shitty covers thread. I think I actually prefer the original. What do they sound like? I'm too lazy to check out sound clips right now.

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I prefer that cover to the original, which does deserve to be in that thread.

 

As for the music, they're not bad. Middle range "hair metal" with higher pitched vocals. A couple of cool songs on there and I'd be happy to pick this up for that price sometime in the future, but it is severely over-hyped too.

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That could go in the shitty covers thread. I think I actually prefer the original. What do they sound like? I'm too lazy to check out sound clips right now.

 

Yeah my first thought as well. I much prefer the original cover. It's an ok hard rock album, nothing special though.

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"Put Your Body Under Me " & "Diamond Disease" are two classics off that album. I actually sold my original years ago for some decent cash. I might pick this re-issue up though for that cheap. Glad to see another good Florida indie band available to the masses again.

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"Diamond Disease"

I always loved that song... sadly I can't remember any of the rest. :lol:

Ha, I'm actually drawing a blank right now as to the chorus myself. I know it was catchy though. I just remember the start of the track when he yells "She's got diamond disease". Good thing I just ordered a copy today to refresh my memory.

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"Diamond Disease"

I always loved that song... sadly I can't remember any of the rest. :lol:

Ha, I'm actually drawing a blank right now as to the chorus myself. I know it was catchy though. I just remember the start of the track when he yells "She's got diamond disease". Good thing I just ordered a copy today to refresh my memory.

It was just one of those random songs that my Ipod absolutely loved too. When I played it on random this would play at least once more days than not. I never minded, though. The chorus is something like "One heart, one life, one ass, one ambition / all in the name of love did you get what you need / One tree, one love, one cat, one ambition / all in the name of love she's got the diamond disease."

 

Accurate as hell? You bet.

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"Diamond Disease"

I always loved that song... sadly I can't remember any of the rest. :lol:

Ha, I'm actually drawing a blank right now as to the chorus myself. I know it was catchy though. I just remember the start of the track when he yells "She's got diamond disease". Good thing I just ordered a copy today to refresh my memory.

It was just one of those random songs that my Ipod absolutely loved too. When I played it on random this would play at least once more days than not. I never minded, though. The chorus is something like "One heart, one life, one ass, one ambition / all in the name of love did you get what you need / One tree, one love, one cat, one ambition / all in the name of love she's got the diamond disease."

 

Accurate as hell? You bet.

Haha, I like that. Now I'm gonna be thinking of your lyrics when I finally get the cd again and start busting out laughing when it hits that chorus. I think you just permanently tainted the song for me. Nice going Geoff, lol.

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"Diamond Disease"

I always loved that song... sadly I can't remember any of the rest. :lol:

Ha, I'm actually drawing a blank right now as to the chorus myself. I know it was catchy though. I just remember the start of the track when he yells "She's got diamond disease". Good thing I just ordered a copy today to refresh my memory.

It was just one of those random songs that my Ipod absolutely loved too. When I played it on random this would play at least once more days than not. I never minded, though. The chorus is something like "One heart, one life, one ass, one ambition / all in the name of love did you get what you need / One tree, one love, one cat, one ambition / all in the name of love she's got the diamond disease."

 

Accurate as hell? You bet.

Haha, I like that. Now I'm gonna be thinking of your lyrics when I finally get the cd again and start busting out laughing when it hits that chorus. I think you just permanently tainted the song for me. Nice going Geoff, lol.

:lol: No worries mate. Nobody ruins stuff better than I do. ;)

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