Fuel from Hell | Easier Said Than Done

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Easier Said Than Done

by Fuel from Hell

A must-have for fans of Poison, Mötley Crüe, Quireboys and all the bands that used to stride the Sunset Strip in the glory days of glam...
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. Electrified
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2. Poison Whiskey
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3. Nowhere in the Night
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4:34 $0.99
4. Some Girls
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5. Send Me Your Love
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6. Anything Goes
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7. 17 & Wasted
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8. Midnight
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9. December '89
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10. Bad Jane
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11. House of Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fuel From Hell got together in 1998 with the intention to play good old, loud as fuck rock n’ roll. In February 2007 it’s time for the release of the debut album entitled "Fill You Up With Five Star Gasoline" on Go Down Records. In 2012 under the production of Riccardo Asquini, Fuel From Hell have recorded their new kick ass rock'n'roll album “Easier Said Than Done”! With two new memebrs behind the microphone and drums, Fuel From Hell is back on track with renewed enthusiasm and the belief that they can repeat the success of their debut album. They do it with an album more consistent with the sleazy and vintage voice of the new singer Phil Lasher, a more classic 80's rock oriented record, but still melodic and in-your-face!


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