Crashdïet - The Unattractive Revolution



7.5 | 24 votes |
Release date: 3 October 2007
Style: Glam metal

Owners:

28 have it


01. In The Raw
02. Like A Sin
03. Falling Rain
04. I Don't Care
05. Die Another Day
06. Alone
07. Thrill Me
08. Overnight
09. XTC Overdrive
10. Bound To Be Enslaved
11. The Buried Song


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27.01.2012 - 17:58
Rating: 6
Nite
After the perfect Rest In Sleaze hopes were high for Crashdiet. Sadly the suicide of front man Dave Lepard meant the band were left looking for a vocalist, a vocalist who had some pretty big shoes to fill. This album was never going to match the greatness of Rest In Sleaze however hard it tried. There are some outstanding songs, but the band just don't seem to be feeling it. I am assuming this because H Oliver Twisted didn't fit in as well as hoped (he parted ways with the band after release).
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18.11.2012 - 14:27
Nemo Atkins
Written by Nite on 27.01.2012 at 17:58

After the perfect Rest In Sleaze hopes were high for Crashdiet. Sadly the suicide of front man Dave Lepard meant the band were left looking for a vocalist, a vocalist who had some pretty big shoes to fill. This album was never going to match the greatness of Rest In Sleaze however hard it tried. There are some outstanding songs, but the band just don't seem to be feeling it. I am assuming this because H Oliver Twisted didn't fit in as well as hoped (he parted ways with the band after release).

The parting ways was because Oliver wanted to focus on his other band, Reckless Love. I'm not particularly fond of them myself, but you might like them if you like Oliver's voice.
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26.07.2013 - 15:33
Rating: 6
Nite
Written by Nemo Atkins on 18.11.2012 at 14:27

Written by Nite on 27.01.2012 at 17:58

After the perfect Rest In Sleaze hopes were high for Crashdiet. Sadly the suicide of front man Dave Lepard meant the band were left looking for a vocalist, a vocalist who had some pretty big shoes to fill. This album was never going to match the greatness of Rest In Sleaze however hard it tried. There are some outstanding songs, but the band just don't seem to be feeling it. I am assuming this because H Oliver Twisted didn't fit in as well as hoped (he parted ways with the band after release).

The parting ways was because Oliver wanted to focus on his other band, Reckless Love. I'm not particularly fond of them myself, but you might like them if you like Oliver's voice.


Yes I adore Reckless Love. I have both albums and am eagerly anticipating the third.
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