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Whatever Gets You Off

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Whatever Gets You Off
3:48
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I'm Bad
3:38
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High Class Trash
3:32
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Loose Lips
4:24
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Apologize
5:27
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Cherry Red
3:13
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Another Lover
3:58
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Dirty Things You Do
3:22
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White Lies
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Love Me Bad
5:18
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Outta My Mind
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 44:58

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I'm Bad

PuckKiller30

If you download no other song from this album, buy "I'm Bad"! This is a awesome jam, so be played loud as you possibly can. The rest of the songs are good. I think, if Buckcherry took on an apprentice band, these guys would be it. I am looking forward to their next album to see a larger range of ability. These guys are clearly talented, and definitely know how to rock it out!

They Say All Music Guide

It seems that every few years — like clockwork — there is a new wave of bands that have apparently discovered the pleasures of vintage AC/DC albums from the ’70s, when they were fronted by the late, great Bon Scott. And in the early 21st century, bands such as Airbourne represent the latest wave of high-profile DC worshipers, as well as a few lesser-known ones, such as the Last Vegas and their 2009 release, Whatever Gets You Off. But unlike most of the other similarly styled groups, the Last Vegas have been slugging it out for several years, and albums, by this point. Upon having been “discovered” by Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx (who not only signed the group to his Eleven Seven Music label and co-produced the album, but also secured the group a spot on the Crüe’s 2009 U.S. tour), it appears as through the group will be introduced to a whole new audience. Like most bands heavily influenced by AC/DC, there are very little stylistic surprises within the grooves of Whatever Gets You Off, as the lads stick closely to the well-worn blueprint of greasy guitar riffs, sleazy vocals and lyrics, and boogie rhythms, as showcased on such ditties as “Whatever Gets You Off,” “I’m Bad,” and “Loose Lips.” – Greg Prato

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