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Great sounding tune but i really struggled with his vocals - could hardly understand a word.

 

Yep I'm still in that camp as I was earlier in the thread.

Shame because it's a killer song.

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Wrong thread. Sorry.

Was about Jon Stevens singing for AC/DC, potential April Fools Day, and then Angry Anderson and Dave Gleeson

You should have been there.... it was a lot of fun :)

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Apparently this is finally going to be released tomorrow, September 21, 2018. the following from Sleaze Roxx:

https://sleazeroxx.com/the-cruel-intentions-to-release-debut-album-no-sign-of-relief-on-september-21st/

Track List for No Sign Of Relief:
01. Jawbreaker
02. Reckoning
03. Genie’s Got A Problem
04. Weekend Suffering
05. Borderline Crazy
06. Check Your Head
07. Sick Adrenaline
08. Everybody Riot
09. Go Fuck Yourself
10. Chaos In A Bombshell
11. Devilicious

 

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It's a cool album. 'Sick Adrenaline' is an obvious standout but I think they know this is their "hit" and what people want, and throughout the album they offer up a few pretty decent exceptions.

It's not an amazing album, but I think they do an admirable job of pleasing fans of that song. Good solid stuff, and worthy of note because it's arguably the only "glam/sleaze" release worth a mention in 2018 so far. ;)

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