Hanoi Rocks – Twelve Shots On The Rocks

Hanoi Rocks - Twelve Shots On The Rocks

Hanoi Rocks - Twelve Shots On The Rocks Import
HANOI ROCKS
TWELVE SHOTS ON THE ROCKS
Released 2002 (Major Leiden), 2004 (Liquor And Poker Music)

Track List:
01. Intro
02. Obscured
03. Bad News (*US bonus track*)
04. New York City
05. Delirious
06. A Day Late, A Dollar Short
07. In My Darkest Moment
08. People Like Me
09. Watcha Want
10. Moonlight Dance
11. Gypsy Boots
12. Lucky
13. Watch This
14. Check Out The Girl (*Asian bonus track*)
14. Designs On You
15. L.A.C.U. (*US bonus track*)
16. Are You Lonely Tonight (*US bonus track*)
17. Winged Bull (*US bonus track*)

Band:
Michael Monroe – vocals and sax
Andy McCoy – guitar
Costello – guitar
Timpa – bass
Luca – drums

Review:
Some groups break up and lose the magic. Some bands last the 15 rounds and some bands just believe in rock and roll and it shows. Hanoi Rocks prove with this release that they are one of those bands that fit all three categories. The return from the gutters of Finland was a long seventeen year journey, but well worth the wait. Sure vocalist Michael Monroe released some successful solo/group records and guitarist Andy McCoy is the equivalent of Ozzy in Finland with his MTV show “The McCoy’s” and his several solo/group releases, but the both of them together are pure trash and sleaze magic. Guns ‘N Roses wouldn’t even exist if it were not for these guys.

  Currently touring behind this release, Andy and Michael, who were always the songwriting force behind Hanoi Rocks, prove that they still have “it”, which Vince Neil almost killed all those years ago in Malibu. Songs like the punky “Delirious” and the music biz whipping “People Like Me” stand side by side with the Bob Ezrin produced classic Two Steps From The Move release. Michael and Andy prove that drugs, death and time can’t kill the true trashy/gutter/sleaze kings. Some guys are just born with it. This CD is Rock and Roll, and that is timeless. Shit comes and goes, but the real thing stays gold! This is a must hear release, sound samples can be found at liquorandpokermusic.com and hanoirocks.com.

Reviewed by Teddy Heavens for Sleaze Roxx, February 2004.

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