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If you like bands like Pretty Boy Floyd, Tuff, Motley Crue or Poison u will love Shameless

Alexx "Skunk" Michael, unknown in the world of glam rock, managed to get some people interested and released "Backstreet Anthems", the first CD from this all-star band. Now they have returned with their second CD "Queen 4 A Day", and it's a mixed bag of catchy pop glam songs and songs that border on being parodies.
8 of the 12 tracks were voiced by Steve Summers of Pretty Boy Floyd fame and produced by Keri Kelli at his home. The remaining four tracks were voiced by Stevie Rachelle of TUFF and produced by former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clark. 
Though I am a huge fan of Keri Kelli's writing and guitar playing abilities, I have to say that I prefer Gilby's production a bit more than his. The songs that Gilby produced just seem more polished, but that's just my opinion. However, the songs that are voiced by Summers are much stronger in terms of appealing to the glam community. It's as though they had a few songs left over and just kind of handed them over to Stevie and Gilby to see what they could do with them.
Overall, the songs are strong, though there are a few that aren't worth a damn. The title track, "Shock the World," "Lonely Night" and "Steal the Girlz" are all great glam songs that liken back to the earliest of days with Pretty Boy Floyd. They contain all of the sex driven lyrics and bubblegum sing along choruses that you would expect from PBF. Obviously Alexx was greatly influenced by the Floyds. There are even a couple of songs on this CD that were written by Ariel Stiles. 
For those of you that don't know, Mr. Stiles wrote the entire "Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz" PBF release, and was kicked out and / or quit the band right before that release. I guess Steve Summers still hasn't learned to write his own music, because you won't find his name credited anywhere for writing duties.
On the flip side, certain songs such as "Nonstop City," and "I don't think I Luv U" are just plain silly. I've got to believe that Stevie Rachelle absolutely cringes when he has to sing lines like, "When you're feeling low, and you've got no place to go, let us take you down to Non-Stop-City."
Other notable musicians on the collection are Tracii Guns, Bruce Kulick, Steve Railey, Jani Lane, and Eric Singer.
Riffage: Keri Kelli burns through the first two tracks like a madman. The rest of the CD is handled well enough, though nowhere near the energy of the first two songs.
Songs: A real toss up. You're going to find songs that you absolutely love, and songs that will make you try to slit your own wrists with the jewel case.
Attitude: It's loud guitars, songs about sex, guys wearing makeup, half-naked girls on the cover, big hair glam music.
Final Score: Overall, the CD is a decadent romp through the glam of yesteryear. And while this album isn't going to put glam back on the charts, it will make you a believer that Germans do, in fact, love David Hasselhoff.Alexx "Skunk" Michael, unknown in the world of glam rock, managed to get some people interested and released "Backstreet Anthems", the first CD from this all-star band. Now they have returned with their second CD "Queen 4 A Day", and it's a mixed bag of catchy pop glam songs and songs that border on being parodies.
8 of the 12 tracks were voiced by Steve Summers of Pretty Boy Floyd fame and produced by Keri Kelli at his home. The remaining four tracks were voiced by Stevie Rachelle of TUFF and produced by former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clark. 
Though I am a huge fan of Keri Kelli's writing and guitar playing abilities, I have to say that I prefer Gilby's production a bit more than his. The songs that Gilby produced just seem more polished, but that's just my opinion. However, the songs that are voiced by Summers are much stronger in terms of appealing to the glam community. It's as though they had a few songs left over and just kind of handed them over to Stevie and Gilby to see what they could do with them.
Overall, the songs are strong, though there are a few that aren't worth a damn. The title track, "Shock the World," "Lonely Night" and "Steal the Girlz" are all great glam songs that liken back to the earliest of days with Pretty Boy Floyd. They contain all of the sex driven lyrics and bubblegum sing along choruses that you would expect from PBF. Obviously Alexx was greatly influenced by the Floyds. There are even a couple of songs on this CD that were written by Ariel Stiles. 
For those of you that don't know, Mr. Stiles wrote the entire "Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz" PBF release, and was kicked out and / or quit the band right before that release. I guess Steve Summers still hasn't learned to write his own music, because you won't find his name credited anywhere for writing duties.
On the flip side, certain songs such as "Nonstop City," and "I don't think I Luv U" are just plain silly. I've got to believe that Stevie Rachelle absolutely cringes when he has to sing lines like, "When you're feeling low, and you've got no place to go, let us take you down to Non-Stop-City."
Other notable musicians on the collection are Tracii Guns, Bruce Kulick, Steve Railey, Jani Lane, and Eric Singer.
Riffage: Keri Kelli burns through the first two tracks like a madman. The rest of the CD is handled well enough, though nowhere near the energy of the first two songs.
Songs: A real toss up. You're going to find songs that you absolutely love, and songs that will make you try to slit your own wrists with the jewel case.
Attitude: It's loud guitars, songs about sex, guys wearing makeup, half-naked girls on the cover, big hair glam music.
Final Score: Overall, the CD is a decadent romp through the glam of yesteryear. And while this album isn't going to put glam back on the charts, it will make you a believer that Germans do, in fact, love David Hasselhoff.

Queen 4 a Day, Shameless
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: May 04, 2000

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