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Including Heartbreak '98

Mushuganas Fan Club 200101

Released on January 1, 2001

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Rockin' cool shit from Chicago that sounds like it should be on Get Hip or Estrus.I don't think a Humpers reference would be out of place.Fuzzy bass and loud crunchy guitars complement the gruff vocals perfectly.Check it out y'all.(from HITLIST vol 2 #6)The first thing that I actually noticed about this CD is the lead singer's vocals. They're probably the most Lemmy-like vocals I've heard that don't suggest any kind of copycat imitation, which is a good thing. Craig's voice seems to work with the straight-no-chaser thick guitar sound and pounding, thumping percussion section that you'd expect from any rock 'n' roll band--'cause that's what these guys are, for better of for worse--in way that kinda says, "Hey, these guys know what the hell they're doing."(from BLANKGENERATION.COM)

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Average Customer Rating: 1 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 9x4  0%
2 Been Framed Voted #2  33%
3 20 Cent Boy  0%
4 Anytime Voted #1  50%
5 Shoulda Seen It Coming  0%
6 Heartbreak '98  0%
7 The Vine Voted #3  17%
8 The Deacon  0%
9 Rock N Roll Queen  0%
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Chirs from Sleepy Hollow, IL 
Dec 24 2001 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Crap Crap Crap....what happened to the mushuganas of old? If your in to old rock n roll kiss style then pick this up. But don't fool yourself into thinking this is the old mushuganas...

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Tony from Chicago, IL 
Nov 12 2001 Rating: 1/5 Stars

What happened? I'm not liking the Rock'n'roll band the Mushuganas are trying to become with this release. I have their old CD and a couple of their great 7"s. With this release they've changed their unique modern punk sound to forgetable rock'n'roll. I really don't like it at all. I loved this band back in the day. This release is very dissapointing. Unless you think the Mushuganas would sound good playing strickly rock'n'roll, don't buy this. - TONY-

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