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Contraband album for sale by Velvet Revolver was released Jun 08, 2004 on the RCA label. "Sucker Train Blues" roars out of the starting block, rocking like there's no tomorrow, with Weiland's seething vocals riding the six-string whirlwind generated by guitar supremo Slash and his new sidekick Dave Kushner. "Big Machine," with its doubtlessly autobiographical storyline about the pitfalls of stardom, melds the ring of truth with the voice of experience Contraband CD music. The anthemic "Fall to Pieces" has echoes of vintage GNR, and Slash's "Sweet Child o' Mine"-like guitar intro to "Superhuman" similarly rolls back the years to his former band's late-1980s heyday. Contraband CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Boo! Bad copy protection!|
Won't play properly in my computer, can't rip my own mp3 files from it. is this what it's come to? I'm supposed to have the right to unrestricted personal use of the music I buy and this CD doesn't meet that criteria. It's DEFECTIVE and I won't lets artists and labels that try to do this use my money to do so.
By Chris Lira (Pacific Northwest, USA)
||THE BEST GnR' COVERBAND EVER!!!!|
no not really. slash said the he wanted velvet to sound like guns n' roses. not even close. you think a junkie like scott weiland can take axl roses place?!?! nope. it was really sad to see velvet live and skinny scott did not know the words to the guns songs the band was performing. this album has a forced sound. overall weak. slash's solos don't have that punch or intensity that he had with axl and izzy. now that scott bailed on the band are they going to treat him like axl? talk crap about him and blame their down fall on him? i hope so cause' 15 years of talking trash about axl is very OLD news. oh yeah, didn't slash, duff, and matt walk out on guns n' roses. for all the velvet fans that have this very strange beef w/the new guns lineup. buy the new scott weiland cd, smoke crack... shoot up some junk and be all LA rock n' roll and sh1t. LMAO.
By Lucifer (Hell,USA)
||Sum of the parts of two great bands does not add up|
Sometimes you can't just take five superstar rockers from different bands and throw them into a new band. Here is a classic example of that. This stuff is just plain and ordinary at best.
By dcampbell (Somewhere in PA)
||As close to Guns as youll ever get|
If your a Slash fan then this album is for you. Weilands songwriting and vocals fit perfect with Slash. Duff and Matt hold the fort down as usual, this album rocks....
By jkashyap (San Francisco , CA USA)
||I expected more|
With all this talent and experience, I was expecting to be blown away. The music was excellent and the lyrics are great, just didn't quite seem to come together through the whole cd. Songs like Slither and Superhuman tear it up. The cd is well balanced with some softer but more powerful hits like Fall to Pieces - my personal favorite. Then out of nowhere a song like You got No Right makes you stop and make sure the same cd is still playing because it comes out of nowhere and just uncharacteristically stinks, ruining the whole feeling the album had got you to at that point. Maybe if I could take my favorite songs and mix them on my own cd with a few of my other favorite G&R or STP Riffs, I'd feel like I had a more complete experience. But the technical control Media Max has placed over a cd I have bought and paid for ruins even that possibility. Ironically, you can still copy the whole disc, just can't make your own mix cd. I recommend going on line and buying just the few songs you like from a media store, and save your money for the next complete cd, which will hopefully have chemistry in it's entirety.
By Darth_Raider (Chester, Va, USA)
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Contraband songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6731509|
|Release Date||Jun 08, 2004|
|Producer||Josh Abraham; Velvet Revolver|
|Recording Time||56 minutes|
|Additional Info||Parental Advisory||