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Album Review

Now a new wave novelty, and forever burdened with a "one-hit wonder" albatross because of the monolithic "88 Lines About 44 Girls," the Nails demonstrate on Dangerous Dreams that this Boulder, CO band still held some clever moves in their repertoire. "Things You Left Behind" brings a goth tinge to "These Foolish Things," and made for a decent follow-up, but never made the radio. "Dig Myself a Hole" is another great grave-yard shifter. "The First Time" and "Veil" unveil some smoking guitar breaks whilst delving deep into religion and history. Macabre motifs echos through "Voices," and everything else on Dangerous Dreams, a black slab which smacks of cleverness, and doles out heavy topics set to a heartbreak beat. The grandeur of the Doors, the propulsion of Iggy Pop, and the moroseness of the Sisters of Mercy, combine with the Nails' own talent to create the perfect vessel for riding high on a dark wave of depression. ~ Whitney Z. Gomes, Rovi

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One of the BEST Bands EVER

My first trip to NYC in the '80s I bought this album on Bleeker St. in the Village - I played it to death...I could not find a replacement. Friends made tapes for me...I can't tell you how thrilled I am to find it. The music is fantastic, the lyrics and vocals are's timeless.



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