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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Bullet Boys take care of Metal business!
Bullet Boys are a Hair Metal band that played hard and delivered a pretty good debut album here. I bought this album for the consistent heavy tunes, although I am not too fond of "For The Love Of Money", this song seems to drag on a tad too long. "Smooth Up In Ya" and "Shoot The Preacher Down" are two songs that really highlight this album and showcase the talents of the Bullet Boys. "Smooth Up In Ya" is carried high by the vocals of Marq Torien, it is melodic and heavy, a Metal anthem that will never get rusty. "Shoot The Preacher Down" indicates just how heavy and fast the Bullet Boys could really play, this song is downright good. Marq Torien gives the Bullet Boys the rightful Metal attitude with his colorful vocals, you can hear his swagger and pride for the music he sings. Mick Sweda on guitar and backing vocals plays some really cool and memorable riffs and solos. Lonnie Vencent on bass and Jimmy D'Anda round out the Bullet Boys lineup for their hard hitting debut. I recommend this debut release from the Bullet Boys to all Hard Rock and Heavy Metal fans worldwide.
This first album by the Bullet Boys was produced by Ted Templeman, who produced some incredible Van Halen and Doobie Brothers music in his day. The overall production on this album shines here due to the genius of Ted Templeman.