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Never listened to them after Steevi left, happened to hear my buddy jamming Bezerk 2.0 and I heard For Hatez Sake, and thought this is fucking rad!so I just went to eBay and I ordered, Bezerk, Bezerk 2.0, and Banzai! why the fuck haven't any of you given me the heads up on them? no but in all reality, it was very pleasant hearing this song, It reached out and grabbed hold of my brain, it was sweet music to my ears, do any of you know in particular, the song im speaking of? for hatez sake? if so what do you think? just kind of embarrassed a band this good, been out this long, and I just barely catching on to it! you all know what im talking about, anyways, peace out you guys.

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Good song, just listened for the first time. How good is the rest of Bezerk 2.0?

Solid, but safe. Rest of discography is better, but it's a solid CD.

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They have a lot of great stuff....I just wish some of the production could have been better, clear up the sound at times and then the reissue at least for Young & Crazy seems cheaply done IMO.

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"Love Bomb Baby" and "Murderess" are by far their best tracks. I didn't care much for Bezerk 2.0

 

Murderess is a killer song, tracking through the songs on 2.0 it soundz like I heard the best song first, I just like that accent coming through in the vocals, gives it its own flavor, that song is killer though,

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It's worth a mention that if you can grab Thrill Pistol it's worth it just to have the original version of Wazbones from '92. The price is starting to jump on this 2 cd set so get it soon!

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Funny thing with Thrill pistol is if you go on Amazon UK, there is sellers selling it for over £40 and others selling it for just under £10.

Prices on CDs seem to be made up half the time rather than actually being a market value.

I recently picked up Buzz by Autograph, and sellers on Amazon seem to want between £20 to £30 for it. But I went direct to a German seller (as Point Music is a German label) through discogs and got it for £12 including the postage.

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Funny thing with Thrill pistol is if you go on Amazon UK, there is sellers selling it for over £40 and others selling it for just under £10.

Prices on CDs seem to be made up half the time rather than actually being a market value.

I recently picked up Buzz by Autograph, and sellers on Amazon seem to want between £20 to £30 for it. But I went direct to a German seller (as Point Music is a German label) through discogs and got it for £12 including the postage.

 

 

Yeah, funny thing ain't it? I got Buzz for $7 via auction but if you look at sellers "buy it now" options they think it's made of gold. Not to mention you can buy their new 2 CD set called Anthology and get Missing Pieces & Buzz plus some more unreleased tracks...for $10 on Ebay.

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I did an ebay search as well, and yeah, the buy it nows on there were stupid as well. The one on there now is £32.

The Anthology one goes for £9.99 brand new on Amazon.

 

I do think though that it certainly shows that going to the native country of the artist or label certainly helps your chances of getting a CD cheaper. Hence the Thrill Pistol ones on Amazon UK being reasonably priced with some sellers.

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