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Customer Reviews

So far, so good

Inferno isn’t quite as good as most of their last album, but Endangered could easily fit on Coup de Grace. Hoping the rest of the album is as stellar as that album was.

An ok follow up!

Coup De Grace is one of my favorite albums from the last 15 or so years, so a follow up was going to be tough to do for me. And for me i did not beat or even reach the same plato. It is however a very good album and is still growing on me. Inferno, Endangered, I Don't Miss The Misey, Nonstop Madness, Do Your Own Stunts, and GoG are my favs. from the album. I recommend!

Where is it??

Where are the rest of albums??Scratch and bite, organized crime, dream hunter, etc. I'm dying to see these on iTunes!!

Biography

Formed: 1983 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Treat is a melodic hard rock/glam metal outfit from Stockholm, Sweden who hit it big both at home and overseas in the 1980s with the singles "Get You on the Run," "World of Promises," "Party All Over," and "Ready for the Taking." Formed in 1981 under the moniker "the Boys", the band officially began operating under the name Treat in 1983 after inking a deal with Mercury Records. Citing influences like Kiss, Whitesnake, Van Halen, and Journey, the band joined the ranks of the current crop of pop-metal...
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