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Slipping away

by Rose Tattoo

Blood brothers (Re-Release) by Rose Tattoo

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Slipping away

by Rose Tattoo

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Label: Wacken Records
One of 2008's best hard rock albums, period. A few highlights, in order of appearance: "Blackeyed Bruiser" (super-catchy statement of purpose), "Slipping Away" (very fast), "1854" (glory metal from the history book), "City Blues" (suburban loser gets restless and moves to urban area and learns to steal 'cause he's too dumb to work), "Man About Town" (about the king of the streets and leader of the pack), "Stand Over Man" (sounds like "bendover man" 'til he melodically murders his old lady), "Nothing to Lose" (another fast one: "I never had a problem with drinkin'/til I ran out of booze").

About This Album

One of 2008's best hard rock albums, period. A few highlights, in order of appearance: "Blackeyed Bruiser" (super-catchy statement of purpose), "Slipping Away" (very fast), "1854" (glory metal from the history book), "City Blues" (suburban loser gets restless and moves to urban area and learns to steal 'cause he's too dumb to work), "Man About Town" (about the king of the streets and leader of the pack), "Stand Over Man" (sounds like "bendover man" 'til he melodically murders his old lady), "Nothing to Lose" (another fast one: "I never had a problem with drinkin'/til I ran out of booze").

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About This Album

One of 2008's best hard rock albums, period. A few highlights, in order of appearance: "Blackeyed Bruiser" (super-catchy statement of purpose), "Slipping Away" (very fast), "1854" (glory metal from the history book), "City Blues" (suburban loser gets restless and moves to urban area and learns to steal 'cause he's too dumb to work), "Man About Town" (about the king of the streets and leader of the pack), "Stand Over Man" (sounds like "bendover man" 'til he melodically murders his old lady), "Nothing to Lose" (another fast one: "I never had a problem with drinkin'/til I ran out of booze").