Kill For Thrills - Dynamite From Nightmareland mp3 album
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KILL FOR THRILLS-Dynamite From Nightmareland-Vinyl LP-Gilby Clarke Guns N Roses 1. 9$. KILL FOR THRILLS - Dynamite From Nightmareland LP (Gilby Clarke/Guns n Roses) 2. KILL FOR THRILLS - Dynamite From Nightmareland - 1990 Vinyl 12'' L. Hard Rock 4.
Kill for Thrills isn't in a class with any of those bands, and its derivative songs aren't terribly original. Nonetheless, this isn't a bad album. Although not mind-blowing, some of the material is catchy-especially "My Addiction" and "Motorcycle Cowboys". And even though Kill for Thrills isn't the least bit groundbreaking, this 1990 release tends to sound a bit more sincere than a lot of the pop-metal/hard rock that MCA was putting out at the time
Following their debut Commercial Suicide EP, Dynamite From Nightmareland served as Kill For Thrills’ debut (and only) LP, and first hit the bins in the very busy year of 1990, where it was summarily dismissed and quickly forgotten. The band followed suit soon after. But there was real potential in this band to be a sort of American Dogs D’Amour, replacing the sea of scarves and oceans of whisky with biker brawls and used leather, but leaving the hedonistic allegiance to the Stones and Hanoi thoroughly intact. Not everything on Dynamite lands, but opener Motorcycle Cowboys remains one the best.
He left them to form Kill for Thrills, a metal band which released the EP Commercial Suicide and the LP Dynamite from Nightmareland and before eventually disbanding. Kill for Thrills was a supergroup of sorts with Jason Nesmith (son of former Monkees Mike Nesmith) on Guitar, and Todd Muscat formerly of seminal . Punk band Decry, on Bass and then later with Junkyard after Kill for Thrills. The album was released by Geffen Records in February 1995 charting at No. 70 on the Billboard 200. For the tour in support of the album, James LoMenzo and Brian Tichy, both members of Zakk Wylde's solo band, joined the band to replace Inez and Sorum who could not tour with the group due to other commitments. N' Roses regrouping to record a new album, Snakepit disbanded with Clarke resuming his solo career, releasing his second album The Hangover in 1997.
Audio CD, Import, May 20, 2016.
Switch to Expanded View. Commercial Suicide (1989).
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|8||Ghosts And Monsters|
- Manufactured By – MCA Victor, Inc.
- Distributed By – MCA Victor, Inc.
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- Barcode: 4988067007506
|MCAC-6297||Kill For Thrills||Dynamite From Nightmareland (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC-6297||US||1990|
|MCAD-6297||Kill For Thrills||Dynamite From Nightmareland (CD, Album, lon)||MCA Records||MCAD-6297||US||1990|
|MCA-6297||Kill For Thrills||Dynamite From Nightmareland (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MCA-6297||US||1990|
|2292-57190-2, MCAD-6297||Kill For Thrills||Dynamite From Nightmareland (CD, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||2292-57190-2, MCAD-6297||Europe||1990|
|BAD160402||Kill For Thrills||Dynamite From Nightmareland (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Bad Reputation||BAD160402||Europe||2016|