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Hang On To Nothing
Hang On To Nothing
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Pistoleros
Title: Hang On To Nothing
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Hollywood Records
Original Release Date: 9/4/2000
Re-Release Date: 11/15/2000
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Americana
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 720616208323, 720616208347

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Wow!what a record!
J. ZAK | TEXAS | 05/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"wow!just got the cd today and boy am i impressed. its a shame they're not around to make more great music. EVERY song on the cd is great. catchy,strong lyrics. great guitar work and passionate vocals! a great cd to jam in your car. don't miss the opportunity to hear these guys. never bothered to write a review before but these guys deserve it. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!"
Amazing Debut
Blues Lover | New York | 03/20/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am looking at the availability of this cd and I see it's available for like $1.50 used. It may be the best $1.50 you ever spend in your life. My gosh ... this is a gem of music that was an amazing debut for the Pistoleros. Released in 1997 on Hollywood Records, a small label based in New York City, the music is great ten years later. The title track, Hang On To Nothing, got air play, but the disc features 11 more foot stomping, head bopping tunes all with great lyrics, guitar riffs, drum beats, a snappy horn section. If you remotely like Los Lonely Boys, these guys were them 10 years ago, albeit not as overpoweringly "electric."

The singing belongs to the brother tandem of Lawrence and Mark Zubia. Gary Smith keeps the beat going on drums. Thomas Laufenberg on guitar. Household names these guys are not, in fact the band might not even be together any longer. That's a shame.

You will read review after review that suggest you make a purchase. You absolutely can not go wrong with this.

Tracks & Ratings
1. Somehow, Someway - 5 stars (double this rating)
2. Hang On To Nothing - 4 stars (solid second offering)
3. My Guardian Angel - 5 stars (love the latin influence)
4. Wasting My Times - 5 stars (beautiful)
5. The Hardest Part - 5 stars (vocals in full swing)
6. Wild Love Coast - 4 stars (acoustic style ballad)
7. Funeral - 5 stars (great opening riffs)
8. Jackie - 3.5 stars (good, but not great)
9. Just To Hold On To You - (cool rocker)
10. Nothing Lasts Forever - (upbeat and edgy)
11. The Game - 4 stars (working music)
12. Lie To Me - 5 stars (closes the disc out in style)

Great follow up album from the former Chrimeras out of Tempe
Blues Lover | 07/27/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"These guys were always my favorite band to see live at Wong's in Tempe and this album really captures that Tempe sound. They had to change their name from the Chimeras because it turns out there was already a European band with that name. If you can find the Chimeras debut CD, grab it because it's a treasure. Hang on to Nothing is full of good driving, upbeat music and a couple of solid ballads and Lawrence's vocal style is always worth a listen. See these guys live if you ever get the chance!"