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Hell in the Club: Devil on My Shoulder

This is an album which I've been mulling over for quite a while. A number of issues including illness on my part have led to tardiness on my part even though I have many positive thoughts towards it. Formed in Italy and featuring members of such bands as Elvenking, Death SS and Secret Sphere, Hell in the Club have produced an album of full on rock 'n' roll which may not push the world of its axis but has fun in attempting to do so.

This is a record full of choruses, no fiddly-widdly farting around here, just straight forward balls to the wall good time hard rock. The title track is the definitive statement from the band catchy as hell, whoa-ohs a plenty, Hell in the Club dip into their inner Wigwam for this one with excellent results. I must have missed the note on the glam revival but Hell in the Club certainly didn't and if you want high octane glam/sleaze with Steel Panther style tunes with more normal lyrics, then step right up. Now, how can I get "Beware Of The Candyman" out of my head?

Track Listing:
1. Bare Hands
2. Devil On My Shoulder
3. Beware Of The Candyman
4. Proud
5. Whore Paint
6. Pole Dancer
7. We Are The Ones
8. Save Me
9. Toxic Love
10. Muse
11. Snowman Six
12. No More Goodbyes
13. Night

Added: December 9th 2014
Reviewer: Simon Bray
Related Link: Scarlet Records
Hits: 1293
Language: english

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