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Bang Tango – From The Hip (2006)

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Bang Tango – From The Hip (2006)

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01. It's All Ok play
02. Ain't Nothin' Better
03. Go, Go, Go
04. Carry Me Up
05. Mother Mary
06. Get Use To It play
07. I'm The One
08. Simple
09. One More Spin
10. Angel Debil

Mark Simpson (guitars);
Lance Eric (electric bass);
Timmy Russell (drums);
Joe Lesté (vocals).


Unlike some '80s Sunset Strip metallists that went away for a period of time come grunge's reign during the early to mid-'90s, Bang Tango remained together for much of the anti-glam decade (save for a couple of brief hiatuses). And they're still specializing in melodic hard rock, as heard throughout their 2006 effort From the Hip. Singer Joe Lesté still possesses the talent of shapeshifting his voice to resemble several renowned rock frontmen, including a mixture of Axl Rose and Scott Weiland on the album opening "It's All OK," as well as Bon Scott and Brian Johnson on "Go Go Go." But one area that Bang Tango still sorely needs some assistance in is the lyric writing department -- the words to the aforementioned songs make Spinal Tap's "Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight" sound like a Shakespearian sonnet. ---Greg Prato, AllMusic Review

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