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Coverta by Adrenaline Mob

Song

Kill the King

Adrenaline Mob

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Song

Kill the King

Adrenaline Mob

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Label: Elm City Music
These journeymen comb through the great hard rock songbook for cover material: eight tunes ranging, both chronologically and in terms of famousness, from The Doors' 1970 "Break on Through" (shrug-worthy after an opening rototom volley) to 1989's "High Wire" by bargain-bin boogiemen Badlands (meaty, though the title sounds more like "How are ya?"). Fast ones (Van Halen raced totally over-the-top, Dio) beat slow ones (Led Zep dragged to hairy-backed levels of lemon-squeezing grossness). There's a pompy but punchy Rainbow remake, too, and at the end, a Sabbath sockarooni about Mob ruling. Get it?

About This Album

These journeymen comb through the great hard rock songbook for cover material: eight tunes ranging, both chronologically and in terms of famousness, from The Doors' 1970 "Break on Through" (shrug-worthy after an opening rototom volley) to 1989's "High Wire" by bargain-bin boogiemen Badlands (meaty, though the title sounds more like "How are ya?"). Fast ones (Van Halen raced totally over-the-top, Dio) beat slow ones (Led Zep dragged to hairy-backed levels of lemon-squeezing grossness). There's a pompy but punchy Rainbow remake, too, and at the end, a Sabbath sockarooni about Mob ruling. Get it?

Songs

About This Album

These journeymen comb through the great hard rock songbook for cover material: eight tunes ranging, both chronologically and in terms of famousness, from The Doors' 1970 "Break on Through" (shrug-worthy after an opening rototom volley) to 1989's "High Wire" by bargain-bin boogiemen Badlands (meaty, though the title sounds more like "How are ya?"). Fast ones (Van Halen raced totally over-the-top, Dio) beat slow ones (Led Zep dragged to hairy-backed levels of lemon-squeezing grossness). There's a pompy but punchy Rainbow remake, too, and at the end, a Sabbath sockarooni about Mob ruling. Get it?