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Cockroach


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  • Audio CD (10 Mar 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Low Dice
  • ASIN: B00005QISY
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,505 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Stil Kickin'
2. Sick Little Twisted Mind
3. Good Time
4. Don't Break My Heart Again
5. Tip Of My Tounge
6. Walk It Like Ya Talk It
7. Goin' Goin' Gone
8. Afraid of Love
9. When She's Good She's Good
10. Shot O' Love
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Disc: 2
1. Still Kickin'
2. When She's Good She's Good
3. Shot of Love
4. Afraid of Love
5. Tip Of My Tounge
6. Walk It Like Ya Talk It
7. Goin' Goin' Gone
8. Good Time
9. Don't Break My Heart Again
10. Don't Pull The Plug
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dr Nick VINE VOICE on 15 Nov 2001
Format: Audio CD
Well, it took 8+ years, but Cockroach has finally landed, and it is better than I ever hoped. D2 are an"also ran" band of the Poison/Crue/G&R ilk, with a reasonable vocalist and a technically superb guitarist (sweeps, taps, arpeggios, he can do them all), who wrote songs about getting laid.
This album has a slightly more mature theme to it, although the old ideas are still present. But the production is streets ahead of the first albums, and you get 2 CD's here, the original and a remaster with the new vocalist. Both are excellent, the best songs they've ever recorded. I prefer the new guy, Ted Poley's voice is a little thin for me.
And Andy Timmons remains one of my favourite guitarists.
The best party rock album ever.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Jun 2005
Format: Audio CD
Not just the best D2 album but one of the best albums full stop.
I'm with the Ted Poley crowd definatly the best vocalist of the two here as for the rest of the band perfect. This review maybe a little biased as I have been a D2 fan since day 1. But if your into this type of metal you can't go wrong with this album, even if your not a D2 fan you soon will be...
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I was so surprised by this album. To me Danger Danger had always been a silly 80s band with cheesy sleazy lyrics but this album is different. Yes there are a few of those songs still lurking on this album Tip of My Tongue, Shot of Love and When shes good shes good. However there are many more songs that you would not have expected from the band which are more attitude laden and serious such as Walk it like you talk it, Still Kickin, Goin Goin Gone and Sick little twisted mind which is hands down the best song on the album. It has thumping bass lines, screaming guitars and vocals delivered with menace. I couldn't believe that it was the same band when I heard this song. There are some party good time tunes on this album too - Don't pull the plug and good time which should please the die hard fans. The ballads are ok too, I'm not a fan of ballads in general but Afraid of love is a good listen. Don't break my heart again is not for me and could have come off one their two previous albums.

A highly recommended album and I really think that the grunge movement was good for the band in that it probably inspired them to make this album much heavier than their past two albums.

Do note that you will get two cds one with Ted Poley's vocals and the other has Paul Laine's vocals after Ted left the band. The re- recording of the vocals (with the intention of putting the record out with Paul's vocal)s led Ted to file a lawsuit and Sony dropped the band. Danger Danger eventually won and Ted lost but the real casualty was the record which didn't see the light of day for years. Get yourself a copy while you can! If only the band had stayed together and released this album it could have been a much different story!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Almost a "Chinese Democracy" but a great album 6 Nov 2008
By Jazzcat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is the third album the fantastic hair metal band Danger Danger, the Bruno Ravel - Andy Timmons dream team released. It has been released later to say the perfect truth but it happened because this album has a very long a difficult story behind it. Before the release it had several delays due to contractual reasons and lack of support by the record companies (because grunge was the trend at the time and this music, lucky for us, is NOT grunge at all!!!) and in the meantime the band had been through several line up changes. So a very difficult story. It ended up that it was released in a very unusual format, something that I have never seen in all these years of records collecting. This is a double cds package. The first cd has Ted Poley on vocals. The second cd presents the very same music, the very same songs, sunged by another singer that in the years prior to the official release, substituted Ted. The fabolous Paul Laine. So it's a very unusual record, I've never seen something like this. The idea works very well for the fans of the band I think. Personally I love it. The first cd is very similar the first two albums by the band, the line up has Timmons in many songs, Poley on vocals, Ravel and drummer Steve West. The second cd has the very same music, but the singer is Paul Laine, that one who in the years that followed became the new voice for the band, a fantastic canadian singer (more technical than Poley) that added a new spice to the old Danger Danger recipe. It's very interesting to compare the two versions of all the songs and even if I am very fond to Ted's voice, I enjoy them both. Paul Laine is a fantastic singer and one of the most talented in the genre. The songs are in my opinion all very strong. Very similar to all the great hits the band has produced in the first years. The tunes are all great for real, hair metal gems, rockers and very touching power ballads. Very melodical and entertaining. A great effort from one of the best bands in the genre and a very interesting release idea.
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4.5 stars for this Danger Danger output 15 Oct 2012
By Jonathan Weller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'm sure many fans know the story of this record already. The album was recorded in 1993 with Ted Poley on vocals, however, something happened with the band (probably the rise of grunge) and Ted was booted/quit. After the incident, the band, what was left of it, recruited singer extrordianre Paul Laine to take over the voice duties from then on.

Soundwise, this album is absolutely fantastic from start to finish. This is easily a worthy follow-up to one of my favorite records of the genre, "Screw It". The version that was recorded with Ted, is top-notch, however, the version with Paul is no scrub either. If not for it being released in 1993, you could easily see this baby selling a ton. Sadly for us fans of the band that didn't happen, and they never got a proper release for this album. Even though this record had a ton of issues surrounding it, it's totally worth a listen, or many for that matter. Songs like "Tip Of My Tongue", "Sick Little Twisted Mind", "Walk It Like You Talk It" and "Afraid Of Love" are all killers, but no song leaves you reaching for the skip button.

This record is a little pricey, but it's definitely worth checking out if you like Danger Danger in any way. I am certain you will not be disappointed in any way, and i'm sure you'll thank me later!
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