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14 hours ago, lettard said:

So true ,love this...and the follow up...just so sleazy...love the "Think I've Got The Wrong House" quip in Teas'n Pleas'n...wish these could grab a remaster

I’ve been a fan of Teas’n Pleas’n since I can remember but I’ll be honest it’s only been in the last couple of years that their albums of clicked and now, especially the debut, absolutely love it. They are a bit different to other bands of that era. The lyrics to Bones In The Gutter crack me up every time...

I agree with the remaster even though I think the production has aged pretty well, especially on the debut. But would welcome one purely for some extra clout on the drums and some bonus/unreleased tracks.  

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MONSTER album...  

Tora Tora - Guilty. Alpha mentioned this one the other day. A very cool track.     

5 hours ago, Mr.AOR said:

Killer!!! album...

 

This actually one of my favourite albums ever,love it ,not a bad track on it for me and still sounds as fresh as it did in 1990 :drink:

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Love Razer - Turn it up.

One of my favourite recentish Sleaze tracks and band for that matter.

Unfortunately this clip is age restricted, but do yourself a favour and check it out.

 

 

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Oooer missus  :) more tea Vicar?

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7 hours ago, Mr.AOR said:

 

I forgot about that one.. Im going to dust off the album!

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Yeah I havent heard that in a while...Crue anyone  ;) 

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