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Watch What You Think - King Kobra (4) - Hollywood Trash (CD, Album)

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8 comments on “ Watch What You Think - King Kobra (4) - Hollywood Trash (CD, Album)
  1. Teshicage says:
    Please vote. Add to bookmarks Duration: Size, Mb: Bitrate: kbps №.
  2. Dajinn says:
    If you like the vocals of Kelly Keeling and the drumming of Carmine Appice, this CD is a must have! Excellent rock tunes in the vein of AC/DC, Whitesnake, Deep Purple, but more rockin'! TRACKLIST CD: 1. Do It 2. Bitch 3. The Gift 4. Hollywood Trash 5. Jessy 6. The Edge 7. Watch What You Think 8. Angels 9. Blaze
  3. Zuzuru says:
    King Kobra is the fifth studio album by American hard rock band King Kobra. It was released on April 4, in Japan with 13 tracks and on April 15, in Europe and May 5, in North America with only 12 tracks. It is the first album to feature vocalist Paul Shortino and the first since to feature Johnny Rod, Mick Sweda and Dave.
  4. Akizilkree says:
    Kollection, a Compilation of songs by King Kobra. Released in on Great American Music (catalog no. CD-GA; CD). Genres: Hard Rock.
  5. Tulmaran says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hollywood Trash on Discogs. Label: MTM Music - ,SPV GmbH - • Format: CD Album • /5(14).
  6. Shaktijinn says:
    From: Tony Date: December 4, at A few good riffs here and there and some alright minor league tunes but that's it. Should never have been named a King Kobra album although the best tunes are the two old demos with the original members.
  7. Voodookasa says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hollywood Trash on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (King Kobra) - none • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock5/5(1).
  8. Tausida says:
    "Hollywood Trash" seems to be universally loathed by King Kobra fans. In fact, the album doesn't really sound like classic King Kobra. Reading though a few old interviews, Carmine attempted to explain it as "Hollywood Trash" is not a re-union record, rather a brand new King Kobra album, with a "fresh" line-up and and a new sound. That may be true, but when a band hasn't released a record in a.
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