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"Sleeze Demo #1" (Self-produced)

Reviewed by R. Scott Bolton

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Sinn's "Sleeze Demo #1" is pure 80s, Sunset Strip rock'n'roll. It's raw guitars, sleazy vocals and gritty production. It's sounds like early Motley Crue crossed with early Ratt crossed with early Poison.

With song titles like "2 Late 4 Luv" and "Rock Candy," bandmembers with names like Tommy Krash and Johnny Rocks and lyrics like "Every time she walks in a room, it's the same damn thing. When that bitch bends over, I forget my motherfuckin' name" (no, I don't know if this was recorded before KISS's "Revenge") Sinn's "Sleeze Demo #1" is a retro rock'n'roll party that anyone who loves 80s metal will probably enjoy. 

Sinn: Tommy Krash, Matthew Scott, Johnny Rocks, Billy Glazer.

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Rating Guide:

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retinysaw.gif (295 bytes)retinysaw.gif (295 bytes)retinysaw.gif (295 bytes) Killer. Not a classic but it will rock your world.

retinysaw.gif (295 bytes)retinysaw.gif (295 bytes) So-so. You've heard better.

retinysaw.gif (295 bytes) Pretty bad. Might make a nice coaster.

restinks.jpg (954 bytes) Self explanatory. Just the sight of the cover makes you wanna hurl.

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