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Out For Blood

by Peep Show

Sleaze glam with catchy guitar and lots of "shout it out loud" chorus!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hair Metal
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1. The Stand
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3:05 $0.99
2. Turn It Up
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4:19 $0.99
3. Out For Blood
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3:50 $0.99
4. Teenage Nightmare
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4:40 $0.99
5. Peep Show
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3:42 $0.99
6. Nice Night To Die
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7. Take The Fall
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4:28 $0.99
8. I Want You
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4:10 $0.99
9. Until It's Gone
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10. Cat Boy
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Album Notes
The title track sees the Murderdolls meet W.A.S.P in a bloody, head-on collision, while 'Turn It Up' is full-on grinding Faster Pussycat touched by the hand of KISS. Live favourite 'The Stand' is a lush melodic anthem that's not a million miles away from Hanoi Rocks, while 'I Want You' could have been penned by Mike Monroe himself. ‘Take The Fall' mixes the stadium oomph of Guns N’ Roses with the raunchy drive of Alice Cooper. Fusing '70s punk rock anarchy with '80s excess, this is a glorious, glittering debut that oozes attitude and energy: as the title track proclaims, no compromise here…


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Most Excellent and triumphant hard rock
Imagine the punk spirit of Hanoi Rocks married to the passion and fire of GNR and dripping with the delicious sleaze of The Crue and you get a fair idea of the sound of Peep Show. They defy real comparison however. To make this kind of music in the late 2000s you must have a real passion for it, and it is this which shines through on this album. The songs are spat forth with true belief and feeling and there isn't a bad one on the album. Indeed, there are some very good ones too (Teenage Nightmare, Cat Boy and Until It's Gone in particular stand out). All in all, a very strong album, I can't wait for the 2nd offering. If you have even a passing interest in the late 80s metal scene, then you will enjoy this album very much.