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Category: Glam/Hard Rock
Label: Deadline Productions
Catalog Number: none
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Paul Albert Bass, Piano, Keyboard, Backing Vocals|
Shawn Meehan Guitars, Backing Vocals
Tim Wood Lead Vocals, Harmonica, 12 String Acoustic
Tom Wood Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals
Eric Boucher Additional Keyboards
|1. ||Friction Addiction |
|2. ||Donna (Do Ya Wanna) |
|3. ||Nothing Left To Lose |
|4. ||Imagine That |
|5. ||Do You Believe |
|6. ||Set Your Sails |
|7. ||I Hate Workin' |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 23, 2004 at 11:38|
|These guys are from my hometown of Sarnia. I think they got a bit swept up in the under-current of alternative/Faith No More/Chili Peppers when they released this. More slap bass than a Seinfeld episode dilutes their hard rock approach.
||Date: January 16, 2005 at 0:06|
|These gus use to play in a club I worked in. They put on a great show. Good guys.
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