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Glam Metal L.A. Guns

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Official Website

Classic Lineup:

Current Members:
  • Tracii Guns – lead guitar (1983–2002, 2006–2012, 2016–present)
  • Phil Lewis – lead vocals (1987–1995, 1999–present)
  • Adam Hamilton – (bass guitar 2001–2007, rhythm guitar 2018–present)
  • Johnny Martin – bass guitar (2012, 2016–present)
  • Shane Fitzgibbon – drums (2016–present)

Albums:

L. A. Guns is a glam metal / hard rock band from Los Angeles, CA. It was formed in 1983 by Tracii Guns, and included Axl Rose for a short period of time. L.A. Guns achieved moderate mainstream success in the late 80's, but due to numerous band member changes, they soon lost their commercial appeal. However, the band has somehow managed to stay together and are still putting out albums.

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Bitch is Back

Electric Gypsy

Full Album:
 

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1. "Rage"
2. "Stay Away"
3. "Loaded Bomb"
4. "The Devil You Know"
5. "Needle to the Bone"
6. "Going High"
7. "Gone Honey"
8. "Don't Need to Win"
9. "Down That Hole"
10. "Another Season in Hell"
11. "Boom" (CD & digital only)


Have given this album a fair listen. It's good!! The Devil You Know goes back to L.A. Guns early sound. It's Raw, Stripped Down, with crappy production. Don't listen to this album at high volume, it will hurt your ears. Tracii and Phil have done an outstanding job of hitting the raunchy hard rock roots of the 80's. The songwriting is solid, however, the production could have been better. It comes across as a badly done demo, but I'm not complaining. Outstanding Tracks IMO.......

Another Season In Hell

Gone Honey

The Devil You Know


Full Album, Enjoy!


I will give this album a 4 out of 5. The production, and screeching quality, takes away from the album in a big way.