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Cocked & Re-Loaded Import

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Editorial Reviews

(Japan)

1. Letting Go
2. Slap In The Face
3. Rip And Tear
4. Sleazy Come Easy Go
5. Never Enough
6. Malaria
7. The Ballad Of Jayne
8. Magdalaine
9. Give A Little
10. I'm Addicted
11. 17 Crash
12. Showdown (Riot On Sunset)
13. Wheels Of Fire
14. Rip And Tear (Spahn Ranch Remix)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 1, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Brilliant Nl
  • ASIN: B00005N59W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #799,901 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ennustus666 on August 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Being an LA GUNS fan since 88 I can say Cocked and Reloaded is far from a dissapointment.
It was never recorded to sound fresh and new it was recorded for the simple fact that Vertigo hold the rights to the recordings but not the songs and would not release them to LA Guns. So instead of a big battle they re-recorded the songs and if you ask me they sound a lot rawer and less polished than the original giving it the feel of the debut cd.
I love the new and old version and if you can get one or even both you are in for a real treat....
Phil Lewis has one of the best voices in rock.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Massimo on November 3, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Well.. let me say I am a huge fan of LA Guns. And I especially love Cocked & Loaded, one of the best records ever. The production is awesome, as well as the music and each note. Not even mentioning Phil Lewis voice, magic. Now, I understand they're no more main stream, so the production is tight. And I know that voice is a delicate instrument that loses so much over the years. But here you can really tell that he's not even trying.. many vocal parts are missing, and Ballad of Jane one octave below the original tone.. that's unacceptable to me. Too bad. I used to love them. Not worth the money, not even for a huge fan.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman on December 18, 2005
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The premise of this album seems stupid. Why would a band re-record an album that is already a classic? But the LA Guns had their reasons. Because Vertigo Records owned the masters to the original "Cocked & Loaded" and wouldn't release them to the LA Guns, the band had no choice but to re-record the entire album if they wanted to do whatever they wanted to do with the songs.

Compared to the original "Cocked & Loaded," "Cocked & Re-Loaded" sounds far rawer, more live, more one-take, spur-of-the-moment. The band has obviously been playing these songs for years, went into the studio, cut their album, and went home, probably in a week. While "Cocked & Re-Loaded" can't compare to the original album, if you are a fan of the band and the original album, "Cocked & Re-Loaded" is worth owning, as it offers an interesting take on one of the band's finest recordings. The one real downside is that singer Phil Lewis's voice, while not shot, is not what it once was. Still, "Cocked & Reloaded" should please fans of the band and is recommended to those that already have the original. If you don't have the original "Cocked & Loaded," make sure to buy that first.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. kent on February 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Well ok, maybe this recording isnt nearly as good as the original Cocked & Loaded, but it still isnt that bad, or atleast as bad as people say. As you may have read from other reviewers, Vertigo wouldnt release the original songs to L.A. Guns so they had to re-record them. On this re-recording of their master piece, you can tell that they didnt put half as much heart & energy into this then with there original recording, but there are some songs they did that proved to be just as good as the originals, there are some downsides aswell, they didnt seem like they found the same chemistry on the song Sleazy Come, Easy Go and in my opinion Malaria, but really those are the only downsides and yes Phil Lewis's voice sounds a little rusty but other then that this album wast half as bad as people say

I recommend this album for true L.A. Guns fans, for the fans who want to hear the best sound, grab the original Cocked & Loaded.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
There are a lot of songs out there that, when they are re-made, sound even better than the originals. Most groups that re-make their own songs should have stuck with the originals. Add this to that list. All of the songs from the original album are re-made. If you loved the original album, Cocked and Loaded, as I did, you will not like this album. The music itself is ok, although the tempo of the songs is slower, as if the entire band's age has caught up with them and they can't play as fast as they used to. The real problem is with Phil Lewis' voice. He simply can't hit the notes anymore, which is most evident in old favorite "The Ballad Of Jayne". It sounds like a bad country song. Buy this one at your own risk.
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