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love it

my favorite album by the creepshow so far. it's a must buy!

They all fall down

Definitely their best album to date!

Best coster since AOL!

Alas, this album is just not up to par with the other two. Many of the songs blend into each other and it;s hard to decipher from song to song. If you can get by generic music and wish to move deeper into the album; you'll notice that there are no notable songs as well. The first CD had some great sound such as The Garden, Zombies ate her Brains, and Sell Your Soul. The second album also had some fantastic hits such as, Run for your Life, Buried Alive, and Rock n' roll Sweetheart.

Overall, this album is their worst so far and I would recommend you avoid it like the plague. I do not 100% regret buying it; I just wish they had not hit their terrible album so early into their career.


Formed: 2005 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canada's reigning monarchs of psychobilly, the Creepshow are a four-piece band that fuses a fondness for classic horror flicks with a punk-flavored take on high-octane rockabilly, which has earned them a loyal fan following in the Great White North, as well as Europe and the United States. Hailing from Burlington, Ontario, the Creepshow were formed in 2005, with Hellcat (aka Jen Blackwood) on lead vocals and guitar, Sickboy (aka Sean McNabb) on upright bass, the Reverend McGinty (aka Kristian Rowles)...
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