Monkey - Black N Blue - Hell Yeah! (CD, Album)

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  1. "Shock the Monkey" was released as a 7-inch picture disc in addition to the 7-inch and inch black vinyl singles. Club DJ remix service Hot Tracks crafted an version that intersperses verses and choruses sung by Gabriel in German with the more familiar English lyrics.
  2. Black 'N Blue - Black 'N Blue () Hard Rock, Glam Metal: Black N Blue - Hell Yeah (Japan + Bonus Track) Black 'N Blue - In Heat () Black N Blue - live in Detroit: Black 'n Blue - Nasty Nasty Black 'N Blue - One night only live' Black 'N Blue - Rarities () Hard rock: BLACK 'N BLUE - Rarities () Re-issue BONUS.
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  4. Black N’ Blue’s new album, Hell Yeah, was released May 13th via Frontier Records. The bonus track for the Japanese edition, entitled 'I Smell A Rat', is available for streaming gukswordcasternador.xyzinfo Hell Yeah tracklisting is as follows:'Monkey''Target''Hail Hail''Fool's Bleed''C'mon''Jaime's Got The Beer''Angry Drunk Son Of .
  5. I believed this album was going to be a triumphant return for Black 'N Blue. But I was wrong. Each song sounds like uninspired hard rock with no classic Black 'N Blue sound to be heard. Fools Bleed, Hail Hail, and World Goes Round are the only highlights of this album.
  6. Black 'N Blue recently joined the ever-expanding roster of Frontiers Records. Hell Yeah! goes back to the roots of the "classic" Black 'N Blue sound, mixing tight and hard rocking songs with a sleazy attitude. "This new album is a real thrill for us and all of the BNB fans" says St. James. "Our last studio recording was in so it's a big deal.
  7. Freedom Lyrics: Tryna rain, tryna rain on the thunder / Tell the storm I'm new / I'ma walk, I'ma march on the regular / Painting white flags blue / Lord, forgive me, I've been running / Running.
  8. The so-called “White Album” was innovative; the first LP cover to come out with no picture! It was creativity to the nth degree, man! Without it, AC/DC’s “Back In Black”, for example.

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