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Tracklist
1. Blackheart
2. Exploder
3. Spitting Nails
4. Dressin' Up In Flames
5. Break The Spell
6. Twister
7. Back On The Road
8. All Hail The Altar
9. Get Outta Here Alive
10. Bullet
11. Viva La Rock, Fantastico
12. Big Spender
13. Ride Upon Glory
 
Line-up
Jason McMaster (v)?
Jared Tuten (g)
David Roy Beeson (g)?
Brett McCormick (b)
Bruce Rivers (d)?
Danko Jones (v on 11 & 12)
 
Review added
April 7, 2010
 
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BROKEN TEETH
Viva La Rock, Fantastico!
© 2010 Perris Records  (PER2502)

hard rock
studio album
13 tracks - TT 40:03
release date: January 26, 2010
http://www.brokenteeth.com
http://www.myspace.com/brokenteeth
http://www.perrisrecords.com
glam/sleaze/other rock

Man, are these Texans vicious or what? The band, formed in 1999 by Jason McMaster (Watchtower/Dangerous Toys) is already on its 5th release and they show no sign of backing down, softening up or any other wimpy attribute. Name whatever AC/DC-sounding band these days, anyone for that matter, ad a gallon of kerosene to the equation, blowtorch it and you'll know the direction these boys are taking you in. It ain't no brightly-lit shopping street, little wussy but a foul-smelling, rat-infested back alley.
This album rocks on all sixes through 13 songs with neck-breaking speed and if that wasn't enough, our favorite Canadian rocker Danko Jones is lighting some extra fuses on title-song 'Viva La Rock, Fantastico' & 'Big Spender'. Scream for me! (KVK)
 

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astonbob (on 13/04/10)

beer & rock n roll
 
planbguitarist (on 10/04/10)

Good stuff. If you love Dangerous Toys and like AC/DC you should really enjoy this disc. I like the raw vocals that sound like they are ready to just explode from the strain of the high notes. The guitar is Angus on steroids with a sprinkle of ''holy shit this rules''.
McMaster can do reunion tours with the Toys but this is where he belongs. Buy this and crank the crap out of it.
 
Metal Mark (on 8/04/10)

Broken Teeth are the answer to anyone who really wants to rock, balls-out and on 11. Jason McMaster has actually surpassed his previous band Dangerous Toys with Broken Teeth, a band who rock (did I mention that 'They Rock!!') like AC/DC without the rip-off factor of other bands (no names, please) who go for the golden AC/DC sound. The band has actually beefed up their attack from previous releases, coming of harder and faster than their first 2 awesome CDs. Their 3rd CD hinted at what 'Viva La Rock, Fantastico!' has ultimately delivered. Broken Teeth should be at least as popular as Airbourne!!! GET THIS!!!

 

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