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Fairly good overall

This is the sophomore effort from the kings of the Swedish sleaze metal movement - Crashdïet. The band went through a lot since the release of their debut 'Rest in Sleaze', with the suicide of lead singer and key songwriter Dave Lepard. This album as a whole is pretty good and is much heavier and darker than their debut, standout tracks would be 'In the Raw', 'Falling Rain', 'Die Another Day' and 'Overnight'. It does however fall weak in a few places, notably 'Thrill Me' and 'Bound to Be Enslaved'. Overall, this album is well worth the purchase.


Formed: 2000 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

A leading force in the Swedish "sleaze rock" scene of the 2000s -- a revival of the glam metal (or hair metal) of the 1980s, but with a more pronounced punk element, often rawer in sound and raunchier in style -- Crashdïet formed in 2000, taking inspiration from Skid Row, Guns N' Roses, Kiss, W.A.S.P., and G.G. Allin, and vowing to bring back the big shows and big songs of "unpredictable and dangerous" rock & roll. After several lineup changes, the group was signed by Universal in 2004 -- making...
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