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Band
Crazy World
Title
Crazy World
Type
LP/EP
Company
Spinefarm
YOR
2005
Style
Hard Rock
8/5/2006 - Review by: Glittergirl
Crazy World - Crazy World - 2005

Track Listing

1. No White Marble
2. Welcome To Crazy World
3. Long Haired Wild Man Rides Again
4. Poor Alice
5. Out Of Me
6. Sweet Little Ugly Duckling
7. Old Tambourine
8. Welcome to Crazy World (slight return)
9. Solvesborg Afternoon
10. Good Times, Bad Times
11. Misery Loves Comapny
Since I wasn't able to find a website, I wasn't able to find out much about this band. That's not to say they donít have one, just that I wasn't able to find it. The self titled album was recorded by Crazy World themselves in three weeks. This band sounds like a weird cross of Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, Blue Oyster Cult, and maybe with a little bit of a country twang in the mix. The vocals are clear and interesting and the guitar riffs are strong and solid, all this is backed by an awesome drum sound. The lyrics are reminiscent of the 70's and 80's--loose and carefree--nothing overly serious. Yes, the name fits the band. It is a Crazy World and these guys rocked! And as off-beat as that sounds, it was surprisingly good mix. Combining the 70's, 80's, and 90's together in a perfect harmony, this is melodic rock at its best. These guys really run the gamut as far as sound goes and hopefully we're going to hear more from them soon.


--Glittergirl 7.12.06
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TITLE
DOR
COMPANY
REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
Crazy World
2005
Spinefarm
Glittergirl8/5/2006
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