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Tuff - Religious Fix (2014)

3-03-2015, 16:08
Rock | Metal | FLAC / APE

Tuff - Religious Fix (2014)

Artist: Tuff
Title Of Album: Religious Fix
Year Of Release: 1995 [2014]
Label: Rls Records
Genre: Hard Rock, Glam Metal
Quality: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Time: 45:21 min
Full Size: 109 mb / 364 mb

Religious Fix is the second release (an updated version of Fist First) from the 80's glam band Tuff. The band features Wisconsin native Stevie Rachelle on vocals, who was renowned as looking like a cross between Poison's Bret Michaels and Warrant's Jani Lane.

The sound on this album runs the gamut from hair metal to very heavy. Personal favorites include "Tied To The Bells", "Rattle My Bones" and "Electric Church". There is also a cover version of the Tennessee Ernie Ford classic "Sixteen Tons".

Unfortunately, this CD came out in the alternative (yuck) era, I truly think this could have made it in the hair metal era. I'm very happy with it and give Religious Fix two thumbs up!


01. Tied to the Bells (4:44)
02. Daddy's Money (4:35)
03. Better off Dead (4:33)
04. I Like What I See (4:08)
05. Sixteen Tons (3:38)
06. Follow the Loser (3:21)
07. Rattle My Bones (2:46)
08. In Dogs We Trust (2:25)
09. Electric Church (3:18)
10. God Bless This Mess (4:03)
11. Simon Says (2:52)
12. Makes Me Sick (4:52)

Stevie Rachelle - vocals
Jorge DeSaint - guitar
Jamie Fonte - bass
Jimi Lord - drums

Additional Musicians:
Michael Lean - live drums
Robbie Crane - bass
Randy Cantor - bass, paino, keyboards and background vocals
Michael Caruso - background vocals

Produced by Randy Cantor, Tuff and Scott Campbell.



cbr 320 kbps


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