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  • Audio CD (28 Jun. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Spinefarm Records
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Douglas on 13 Nov. 2009
Format: Audio CD
From the very first time i heard Tikket i was hooked on this band! After the death of the first sing i was gutted especially when i thought that was it for Crashdiet but the came back with a brilliant album showing they still have got what it takes. I still prefer Daves vocals to the new singer but he still pulls it off pretty well. In the raw is by far my most favourite on this album, the whole thing is pretty rockin'.
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By Parelli on 13 July 2012
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This album i bought for my daughter, it reminds me of when i was a kid and loved my glam bands! my daughter sees this in crash diet, their look, and the songs on this album are fun!! it is worth a buy if you liked glam, and punk, this is one thing else i liked about this album it is very punky sounding too, a unique band!! : )
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Superb! 26 Oct. 2007
By Pedro Mendoza - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a follow-up to their "Rest in Sleaze" debut album. After late singer Dev Lepard passed away, Crashdiet recruited Finnish singer Olliver Twisted. Although this guy does not have Dev's pipes, he really does a great job (he can scream his lungs out, by the way). This is definitely a great effort, concise, and the band is tighter than ever with huge guitars, drums, and bass. I would highly recommend this CD if you like music from the 80's.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Crashdiet & Fun Metal Lives ! 7 Jan. 2008
By ShredTilDead - Published on
Format: Audio CD
In the raw baby ! Crashdiet is back and serves up another tasty CD full of killer music. Unattractive Revolution brings us new singer Oliver Twisted who does a killer job and who is the perfect replacement for Dave Lepard (R.I.P.). If you like your metal fun instead of gloom and doom, this CD is great. The 1st CD Rest in Sleaze was a masterpiece and this CD continues with the same type of late 80's fun metal. Think Poison meet Guns & Roses(Appetite for Destruction era), you'll get the idea. If you want to learn a little more about Crashdiet, search YouTube for the new In the Raw video. And lastly, BRING THESE GUYS TO THE UNITED STATES !
"Crashdiet" meets "Reckless Love" on this second studio album! 11 May 2011
By Nikiforos V. Skoumas - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"The Unattractive revolution" is the second studio album by highly acclaimed Swedish sleaze metal band "Crashdiet", originally released in 2007. After the commercial success of their 2005 debut and the tragic death of their lead singer, the members of "Crashdiet" chose to move forward with the same name and record label (Universal music) to record their second album "The Unattractive Revolution".

To meet this end, established members-guitarist Martin Sweet, bassist Peter London and drummer Eric Young recruited Finnish lead singer Olli Herman Kosunen (who would later reach fame with his own band "Reckless Love") nicknamed here as Oliver Twisted. In comparison to their debut, "The unattractive revolution" is a considerably more melodic/harmonious-perhaps one could say mellow-effort. Having said that, the offering proved another step up the ladder of commercial success; also featuring songwriting collaborations with "Motley Crue" guitarist Mick Mars on several tracks.

Despite its title, "The unattractive revolution" is not quite as protestant an album as one would expect, instead it is mainly self-exploratory, extensively dealing with emotions and for that matter delivers a rather melancholic/sad essence. Naturally the album features up tempo party rockers like "In the raw" but includes an even larger amount of darker material including "Like a sin", "Falling Rain" and "Die another day". Overall "The unattractive revolution" came out considerably differentiated from its predecessor that effectively took the band onto the next level while indirectly setting the basis for the formation of "Reckless love".
New Wave of Swedish Sleaze 28 Sept. 2010
By Justin G. - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Sweden is home to a lot of fantastic new "sleaze" or "glam" rock bands, including Hardcore Superstar, Nasty Idols and Babylon Bombs, and Crashdiet is one of the best. 2007's The Unattractive Revolution is the band's second album, and their first release since the death of original vocalist Dave Lepard.

Actually, calling an album like this sleaze rock is a bit misleading. Yes, they're following in the footsteps of bands like L.A. Guns and Motley Crue, but Crashdiet's sound is so polished and melodic that it's almost too classy for the sleaze label. Crashdiet combines the energy and style of the `80s Hollywood rock scene with the uniquely Swedish sense of melody, and the result is a near-perfect party rock album. It's upbeat, melodic, totally rocking and has some great vocals. Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars even guests on a pair of songs. How's that for an endorsement? "XTC Overdrive" is my favorite song on the album, but there really isn't a dull moment to be found.

If you're a fan of the new Swedish sleaze sound, you don't need me to tell you that Crashdiet is worth checking out. If you still play your old Motley Crue and Faster Pussycat CDs and are looking for some new blood, look no further. The Unattractive Revolution will transport you back to the Sunset Strip in no time!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Unusual Lyricswriter 23 April 2010
By Akiko Maekawa - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Let me review this as their "lyrics" translator. I cannot talk about "sound" well. Although their backing vocals are wonderful as always.

The debut one is almost Dave Lepard album. (Well, strictly, I think Crashdiet itself might be a Dave's band forever) However, this IS Martin Sweet album. Means, the main lyrics creator is that lead guitarist. Words rule. Of course he made music with bands also. He does not sing but the words belong to him. Yes, like Nikki Sixx.

"I Don't Care (featuring Mick Mars)" is the most mighty of all. There are a couple of "all night pains in the darkness" songs. They show how Sweet suffered from the loss of Lepard, the founder/frontman of the band. He must have many sleepless nights. And they made him that much mature and now leads the band, but humbly.

Very dark and heavy. Not attractive plainly. Hard and tough to listen to 11 songs through. But please imagine their early history. They were quite young. Highs and lows in Stockholm, Sweden...they WERE ready for the world... This album does not have light rock n' roll nor mellow ballad. There is Boys' reality with tricky, twisted expressions.

Not kind at all. But surely it's gonna be legendary. So a must.
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