Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
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An Adolescent Aria
FRANK LOUIS | New York, NY USA | 01/31/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Intellectually challenging? No. Socially significant? Ah...No. A unique and groundbreaking endeavour into the limits of musical possibilities? Listen, you get my meaning, J.S.Bach, this recording ain't.
What is this disc? It's a party. Remember the parties you threw when you were young? Someones parents would take a vacation leaving one of your friends in charge of an empty house. Girls, booze, mayhem and music soon ensued. Close your eyes and picture yourself in the living room at this party. The year is 1988. Furniture is damaged, your little sister is dancing with a guy resembling Nikki Sixx, the keg just exploded and Bulletboys first album is the soundtrack. Catchy, fun and totally irresistable hard rock. Singer Marq Torien's bombastic vocals and supersonic screams are among the finest on record. Bottom line: If you don't like this disc, you weren't at the party."
This Is Real Rock N Roll
VampireHunterP | 01/02/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Bulletboys were billed as "Van Halen Wannabes" but these guys could rock. Songs like Hard As A Rock and Smooth Up In Ya are 80s hair metal staples. Every song is great, especially my favorite Shoot The Preacher Down. If you like Ratt or the Dangerous Toys you'll enjoy this rock n roll masterpiece. Singer, Marq Torien, screams and wails like no other. The guitarist, Mick Sweda, the bass player, Lonnie Vincent, and drummer, Jimmy D'Anda, are all at the top of their game. They would not release another album like this again. If you like this album, I also recommend their 2nd album, Freakshow."
Mutley095 | 06/08/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is when fellas knew how to play their instruments. Unlike this neo crap called "nu metal" where you just drop the e string to d and use 1 finger to play a chord (where's the heart?). Bullet Boys were NOT a one hit wonder and VH1 stabs the type of music in the back that they drooled over 15 years ago. Anyone who know their music can say they have more than just 1 hit. "Hang On St Christopher" "Smooth Up In Ya" "Rock Candy" "Thrill That Kills" I can go on and on. I got made fun of for listening to bands like this as a kid and probably still do today but I do not own a Kelly Osbourne album.
*props to the folks who dig this album*"