most people fing these first 2 cd shocking they sound more like powermetal/glam style la rock.But laaz rockit seams to do it better than than average with a few hints of what they’ll become vital cd with bonuses for collectors but some will trash these classic cd for their LA glam sounds at points but don’t underestimate these cd they have some great song and even pantera start out much the same style.alot of bigger bands put out the welcome matt for lazz rockit becaus they heard something great in their sound and songs.(metalilica,megadeth,slayer,exodus,testamant/legacy & dark angel)
Laaz Rockit’s first album with Bonus tracks remastered by Colin Davis of Imperial Mastering.
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In 1982 at the age of 17 I caught these guys live in Frisco,our hometown at the “new” Wolfgang’s Club after the previous one had burned down. These were not Iron Maiden or Ozzy or the Scorpions nor were they Black Sabbath, with a “refined” metal sound but they were hard,loud,fast and proud and had every right to be so in their own “biker rock” way! I could of sworn that this club was “gonna burn” down too! Their album rocked just as hard as they had in concert with the cuts “City’s Gonna Burn”, “Caught In The Act”, “”Prelude” and more.. This is a complete album of metal classics that has been long overdue for cd exposure and without a doubt their most essential as I did not appreciate their later transformation into a overproduced sounding glam-looking act on their follow-up album. This album will always rule and sit proudly next to other 80’s classics in my collection like the first “Anthrax” cd with Neil Turbin on vocals, “Vicious Rumors” first lp and Thor’s “Only The Strong” as what good cutting edge rocking metal was before everyone tried to copy Ratt and Motley Crue!