Zipperhead | Key Of Z

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Key Of Z

by Zipperhead

Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Rockstar ZIPPERHEAD
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3:42 album only
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2:51 album only
3. Advise & Consent ZIPPERHEAD
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4:08 album only
4. Piss-burgh ZIPPERHEAD
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2:22 album only
5. Time's Running Out On You ZIPPERHEAD
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2:02 album only
6. Even If I Could ZIPPERHEAD
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3:30 album only
7. Nothing To Do With You ZIPPERHEAD
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5:35 album only
8. Spray and Pray ZIPPERHEAD
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3:11 album only
9. Second Fiddle ZIPPERHEAD
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2:24 album only
10. She Looked Good ZIPPERHEAD
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4:03 album only
11. Lucky Boy ZIPPERHEAD
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2:25 album only
12. Showme Land ZIPPERHEAD
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3:41 album only
13. Second Fiddle (acoustic) ZIPPERHEAD
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2:22 album only
14. Moodswings ZIPPERHEAD
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15. Toy Piano ZIPPERHEAD
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Sandra Kusch

Kick Ass Classic Rock & Roll/Metal the way it is supposed to be!
Key of Z is Kick Ass Classic Rock & Roll/Metal the way it is supposed to be! Kickin' off with Rockstar and driving you through a Rock & Roll in your face journey with seamless precision all the way through to the instrumental of Moodswings to the end. Personal Favorites: Rockstar, I'm a Bum, Advise & Consent, Spray & Pray, Piss-Burgh, Lucky Boy, Nothing To Do With You, and Moodswings. Zipperhead Rocks!

rolling stoner

a must have
key of z takes you back to the days of dirty, hard driving rock n' roll. scuffy vocals, not so serious lyrics, and riff oriented guitar licks, make this a must have for the ones who miss the classic rock feel lost in the one hit wonders of todays sound.

Kevin Carroll ,Austin, Texas

rippin you say? AWESOME! great energy on this CD...reminds me of the MC5 or the Amboy Dukes.....the band is working together very well...good drum pockets and feel without overplaying. I like the chord changes...great guitar playing. Man this CD really rocks. Excellent work for just a 3 piece.

Bigclaw - London, Lancashire, United

Holy moly! What a CD, the humungous guitar sound screeches and wails from your speakers. A full blown down and dirty rock band. Very Guns and Roseish. It's basically an old fashioned rock sound played with plenty of gusto and passion. The guitars drive the songs along expertly, not only are the rythmns infectious, but the guitarist inserts some flashy fills to put the songs off the charts. The sleaze type vocalist sings in a lowish register spitting out the lyrics convincingly. The lyrics are usual fare for this type of music but for once it doesn't really matter because this songs belongs to one guy and that's the guitarist. The guitar work on these tracks is just brilliant. As the other members of the band are doing their job by laying down really solid tracks and the guitarist is weaving in guitar patterns that enhance the songs to no end.

John - San Diego, California

Ruthless minimalism!
Ok, I love this CD, but I'm a studio dweeb and really would love to hear a little more production in the mix. I can hear from the ruthless and savage attitude of their sound that they might be going for that CUlt kind of minimalist aesthetic. Love the killer vocals getting right up there in your face.

Torture Sermon - Brooklyn, New York

Ripping attitude!
This cd is very brash and un-apolegetic from the start. Great organic recording sounds--the drums especially are so natural, the gtr is clear and tube sounding, the bass player is a GOD, and the vocals have a very genuine sincere quality to them. Loved it.

Owen Bishop, Carrollton, Texas

From the first few tracks of this CD, it remeinded me of the music they play on the MTV show Jackass. The lead vocals remind me of Gene Simmons from Kiss. I'm a Kiss fan. The production is tight. The Ace Frehley guitar solos are pricesless. My suggestion is, the band needs to contact Johnny Knoxville and see if he has a use for it!

Santaduane - Odense, Fyn, Denmark

Yeeees.. ROCK!!
Is Lemmy on vocals? The guitars sound really good. You can really hear the tubes working.. :P ..and the riffs really rocks. The singer has a nice rough sound. Fits this music perfectly..

Leif Rowberg - Seattle, Washington

full throttle with a vintage vibe
The singer almost reminds me of lemmy from motorhead. This cd rocks with a definite blues influence. It reminds me a bit of a band called the Supersuckers. I like how the guitars go into some lead licks without actually breaking in a full solo. The cd doesn't really let up until the very end, you kind of go through it like a steam roller. Great cd.

Gibbsguy, Staffordshire, United Kingdom

oh YES!
Nice, nice- nice. This sucker is going on my playlist.

*Stella* guitars, fantastically played and eargrabbing- a little bit metal in the right places, but nothing too Def Leppard. Killer riff and acerock work around the tunes. Good rock singing, nice uncomplicated lyrics, fat hard drumming.

This CD makes to want to jump around in a foolish way.
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