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I Want More

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  • Audio Cassette (November 20, 1992)
  • Label: Red Distribution, in
  • ASIN: B00000EUYX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,606,699 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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First of all Johnny Angel above has no idea what he is talking about. Zan left the band of his own free will thinking that he could have a better solo career without them. The band was then forced to look for a new singer but found one in their bassist Tim Skold which is not really a stretch since he shared lead vocal duties on the first Cd anyway. This Cd is a set of demos including a cover of The Ramones "53rd and 3rd" from the second coming disc recordings which has nothing to do with the change in style that they took on in the bands 3rd and final effort Violent New Breed which only had Skold and Harry from the original line up on it. Violent New Breed is more industrial driven where as Second Coming and this I Want More EP are pure rock driven tunes with catchy riffs and hooks and a rhythm section that is missing from the other two. There is a lot more focus on the music than the first disc and Violent New Breed. Over all this is a great companion to the Second Coming cd.
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1992’s I Want More was a 5-song EP released by Swedish sleaze rockers Shotgun Messiah as a follow-up to their 1991 Second Coming full-length. Shotgun Messiah was one of the catchiest, hardest-rocking bands in the European scene, and this EP is a short but strong showcase of their talent and energy. Here’s the track-by-track breakdown:

1. I Want More – this song is a Shotgun Messiah original, and appeared on the Second Coming album.
2. Search and Destroy – a metalled up cover of the Iggy Pop song. You will want to break things.
3. 53rd and 3rd – en equally metalled up cover of a Ramones song. Short but very fun.
4. Babylon – another cover, this time of the New York Dolls. This one appeared on Second Coming as well.
5. Nobody’s Home – this is an acoustic version of the Second Coming song. It's kind of a downer after the previous four songs, but is still interesting to hear.

Even though there are only three new recordings here, I Want More is still well worth picking up if you dig the band’s first two albums. Unfortunately it was the end of the classic Shotgun Messiah sound, as their next album (1993’s Violent New Breed) saw them move in an industrial metal direction.
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Tracks...

Side 1

1. I Want More
2. Search And Destroy
3. 53rd And 3rd
4. Babylon
5. Nobody's Home

Side 2

Same as side one
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great EP. This Ep is hard to find, very cheap in here, all songs are very original, fast deliver.
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