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  • Audio CD (21 May 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Mayan
  • ASIN: B000OMD2SQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 453,959 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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EDEL 0057; EDEL RECORDS - Italia;

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Format: Audio CD
Quite simply a very good back to basics rock album (Lemmy from Motorhead likes them too apparently). Kill Cheerleader remind me very much of the sort of NWOBHM that was around in the early 1980s in the UK. This was the sort of Rock that was around before Bon Jovi when the music mattered so much more than the image, and it sounded better too believe me!

Kill Cheerleader are potentially a very good rock band indeed and I listen to them a lot because of this. I just hope that the Corporate Suits don#t start to suggest that, you know, maybe you could do things a little bit different; which of course means change your sound completely and bring out albums that sound like some Record Company Managers idea of what a Rock Band sounds like i.e. Bon Jovi and their like.

I wish Kill Cheerleader well, I really hope that they don't go down the "Jovi road" like so many good Rock Bands do, all this results in is the destruction of your original fan base that will follow you through thick and thin, unlike the fickle Pop-rock fans that aren't really rock fans anyway and will drop you like a hot potato as soon as something a tad more trendy comes along.

If music is more important to you than your hairstyle then please, buy a copy of this album, play loud and enjoy.
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Finest new rock and roll band in a long time 19 April 2006
By J. Lenglet - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The material on this CD is killer. Real rock and roll. I'm not talking Default hat wearing baggie pant corporate rock - I mean real rock like Motley Crue used to be, Guns'n'Roses, motorhead the ramones .. that kinda rock. Its dirty, its nasty, its hooky and well played. The band members know themselves and play it right. My only complaint is the production is pretty bad. This album is so obviously made up of various demo recordings. The band should have re-recorded the songs for a full length release. There are rough spots that like misplaced bridges, ending that should have been edited and bad tone. I'd love to hear these tunes recorded properly. I'd also like to see Kill Cheerleader make it big as the world needs a real rock band. Unfortunatly this production probably will not bring them out. I'd still recommend All Hail as the material is very good. Songs 1 and 2 are the same song slightly different and this is confusing especially since they open the album back to back.

What a good producer like Mike Clink could do with this band ... I smell Shout at the Devil type classic if that happens.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
i've been waiting for this 10 May 2006
By Meggy Berry - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have waited for 4 years for this album and it definitely doesnt disappoint. kill cheerleader is amazing and all hail rocks my world. still havent taken it out of my cd player. good lyrics, amazing guitar, everything together sounds awesome. a little rough in some areas but otherwise the best purchase i have made this year so far.
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Rawk n Rawl 8 Dec. 2006
By Adam Angiulo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I describe this to people as what it would sound like had Guns N Roses made an album before "Appetite For Destruction" and they weren't that good yet. This is similiar in spirt and sound to Motley Crue in their heyday and I have very high hopes for this band. A lot of the songs are quick and simple but these dudes also know their way around a power ballad - see "Go Away." "Don't Call Me 'Baby,' Baby" is the real deal - these guys could be the biggest thing to hit rock n roll since Axl Rose.
Faster Cheerleader, Kill, Kill 3 Mar. 2013
By A. P. Duvall - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
In the formative years of my adolesence I was turned on to a band then called Cheerleader 666, and nothing was the same since. It's hard to express my love for this band's music, but I can say this was the first band in my life that was current, completely unheard of and completely different. Their mixture of thrash, punk, metal and rock and roll is unique even more so now than it was a decade ago when I first heard them, and to see the landscape of our culture without them saddens me a great deal. I remember sending away to get the vinyl of the Gutter Days Ep, and the unmixed sessions of what would become 'All Hail', and waiting for the mail delivery every day till I got it, and when it came I listened to both of those albums for the entire summer, asorbing this gritty, lustful, powerful and sometimes sorrowful rock and roll that truely made me believe that this band would be the next big thing.

Lemmy of Motorhead was once quoted saying that they were the best rock band since Guns and Roses and all it takes is a listen to this album to understand why. It plays with an energy of a early Ramones album, but they use more chords and can play solos. It's reminescent of Motorhead without feeling repetitive. It's Iggy and the Stooges with no filler. It's 'Appetite for Destruction', for a new millenium. It's the greatest rock record you never heard.

I guess the songs that might take a first time listener for a loop on the first listen are "Go Away" and "No Lullabies", the former a break-up song to heroin and the latter a quasi-love song to a prostitute, but both are extremely tender in the Kill Cheerleader way, and the emotion the band manages to elict from them is wonderful. I myself can't really choose a favorite song. "Sell Your Soul" was my introduction, "Don't Call Me Baby, Baby", "So Young", "Lady of the Night", "Bad Habit", and "I Want Action" I had listen for years before this official album and I can now recall them note-for-note. "No Feelings", "Find Your Own Way Home" and "Deathboy" would find a place on my list of favorite songs of all time, but in truth so would the rest of this album. Even "Hurt The Ones You Love", the piano solo at the end is haunting, especially since it conjures up a tone of lonlieness and danger that would later permeate through so much of Crystal Castle's music. In a way as much as this album is able to rock you and give the satisfation that the best of rock albums can, it is a double edged sword. This was their first and last. Besides two ep's that preceeded "All Hail", they may never be another note of Kill Cheerleader music and I consider that a great shame.

But if you're here, if you're reading this, you've probably heard at least some of this album already and are contemplating if you shoud or shouldn't buy this record, and my only advice is to absolutely buy several copies. Spread the Cheerleader. Give it to like-minded friends and family. Leave copies at people's houses when they have a party. Play it loud to annoy your neighbors if you're feeling vengeful for some reason. Not once in a decade of listening to this band have I been able to find another current band like them and I'm letting go of the hope to finding one. They were a once in a lifetime experience and I could only say thing about them it would be this: All Hail!
Can't stop listening to it! 8 Jan. 2014
By Prag - Published on Amazon.com
Awesome album. Rough in places but it just makes it feel more real. Don't do what I did and buy the whole album one song at a time. If you like ANY song on he album you'll love the whole thing. Just buy the album and enjoy. After listening to this, maybe, 25 times I can honestly say I like all the songs.I can say that about only a handful of albums. Not a lemon in the bunch. Ok, back to listening...
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