What was this? Only five tunes? I remember buying this tape back in the day. I only bought it because I just had to have EVERY tape of my favorite bands. I listened to it once, then it stayed in my collection and never got played again. Could you blame me? Five lousy songs? Pure laziness. I know it’s only an EP and I think it cost like ($$$) back then, but still. Do it right or don’t do it at all.
- (Hed) Pe pride themselves in their station as a rap-metal hybrid who aren t just about a predictable guitar assault with a few tossed in rhymes. The California band truly exists as both hip-hop innovators and metal provocateurs (mixing in a few other styles to boot). It s a mixture best appreciated in the live setting, and the 2008 record (as paired with a DVD) brings you as close to the experienc
16 live tracks documenting the transglobal activities of this legendary phenomenom. Starts off with a bizarre and amazing medley of hits performed by the John Marshall High School Marching Band entitled ’L7 Overture/ Medley’, and then the near-metal all-female alternative rock act/ could- have-been-maybe-should-have-been-biker-gang kicks into gear with hits like ’Shitlist’, ’Slide’, ’Death Wish’, ’Must HaveMore’, ’Drama’ and ’Bitterwine’. 1998 Man’s Ruin Records release.
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I have been a fan of Mark Slaughter and Dana Strum ever since I heard The Vinnie Vincent Invasion(which was the band both Slaughter and Strum were in before they formed Slaughter)and after the release of Slaughter’s first album, “Stick It To Ya”, which gave the band their first gold record, we have “Stick It Live”. This is a five song live EP that was recorded during the summer of 1990 when Slaughter was opening for KISS on the “Hot In The Shade” tour, and five songs that appeared on “Stick It To Ya” are all here:”Burnin’ Bridges”, “Eye To Eye”, “Fly To The Angels”, “Up All Night”, and “Loaded Gun”. These songs sound as good live as they did in studio, and the camera that appeared on the studio version of “Eye To Eye” is also included on the live version. I have every Slaughter album, and even though this is only five songs, if you like Slaughter, you should add this album to your collection. I would also like to say rest in peace to Tim Kelly, who would be turning 42 today (1/13/05) if he wouldn’t have passed away in the tragic 1998 car accident that he was in, and Mark Slaughter and Dana Strum, please release a new Slaughter album!!!!!!!!!!!