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Project 1950

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This Magic Moment
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Dream Lover
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Diana
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Donna
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Great Balls of Fire
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Latest Flame
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Monster Mash
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Only Make Believe
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Runaway
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You Belong to Me
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 24:20

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Project 1950

Xander_Merrit5

Why this album has 2 1/2 stars is beyond me. I've enjoyed the Misfits for a while since discovering them through my step-father, and I've been on the hunt for stuff like this since. Sure, their 1950's throwback in their 1990's albums are a little left to their own discretion, and many think that the band has simply run its course without the bellwoing rage of Danzig. Devil's Rain certainly show that they have hit a road block. It's unimpressive. However, this album of covers shows their interest in more than just horror punk, and their influence is demonstrative of their albums with Graves for vocals. It's not excellent, but it's punk music. It's good 1950's punk music covers, and as such they're pretty good.

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