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  • Audio CD (March 9, 2011)
  • Label: Frontiers Records
  • ASIN: B004RCZ6LK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #348,680 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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New Religion by CRAZY LIXX

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My favorite track would have to be "Blame it On Love."
Julie M. Rudge
They don't sound like all those bands, but they are that good, they surely deserve alot more attention than they are currently recieving.
Jonathan Weller
If you're a fan of the Swedish sleaze rock scene, New Religion is a must-have album.
Justin G.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nikiforos V. Skoumas on April 14, 2010
"New religion" is the brand new, second studio album by Swedish up and coming rock band "Crazy Lixx". In terms of sound the band has been classified anything amongst sleaze metal, glam metal and hard rock.

With their 2007 debut "...Lix" established themselves as one of the leading glam/sleaze bands of their generation, featuring a very expressive frontman/lead singer in Danny Rexon and the very accomplished guitarist Vic Zino (who has since left the band, having joined `Hardcore Superstar').

2010 Finds the band in an even higher artistic form than the previous album; Zino is replaced by the equally talented Andy Dawson never forgetting the ever-present Loke Rivano on bass and Joel Cirera on drums. In terms of sound not much has changed in the "...Lixx" camp, since "New Religion" walks the same path as their debut. I have to say however that this new album has many more memorable songs than their previous release.

The "Loud minority" debut spawned a hit single in "Heroes are forever", the new album offers a real handful of potential hits. Indeed "21 `til I die" is straight up tempo rocker in the style of "Heroes are forever", but the real surprise comes with the mid tempo inclusions of "Children of the cross" a -too considerate for hair metal- song very close in sound to the band "Talisman". And of course there is the amazingly melodic "Blame it on love" demonstrating large choruses and those crying backing vocals that make the track absolutely irresistible.

"Crazy Lixx" are determined to retain their title as one of the most promising newcomers in European hair metal/hard rock; and, in fact, none of that seems to have changed with "New Religion" it just got bigger and better!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Weller on June 24, 2010
Amazing, that's the first word that came to mind when I first heard Crazy Lixx's new album, New Religion. Along with Crashdiet, Reckless Love, Hardcore Superstar and Dirty Penny, these guys are bringing back the sleaze, or hair-metal if you prefer that term instead.

New Religion starts off strong with Rock And A Hard Place, it then really hits you in the face with My Medicine R.O.C.K., 21 Till I Die, Blame It On Love and Voodoo Woman. Another awesome record, that could easily boast 5-7 singles if it was ever heard on radio here in the states. These guys definitely love their rock 'n' roll, and i'm damn glad I finally discovered alot of these new Swedish bands, the only problem is, their records are pretty pricey and are'nt easy to find.

I would reccommend these guys if you like Bon Jovi, Poison, Warrant, Ratt, Motley Crue and Def Leppard. They don't sound like all those bands, but they are that good, they surely deserve alot more attention than they are currently recieving.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Aughey on May 14, 2010
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5-16-10 UPDATE...I changed this to a 5 STAR Review!Yet another band from Europe about ready to run across the US and put Rock back where it should be! I hate to admit it, but...if you like Early BonJovi, Poison, Ratt, Cinderella, Motley, or Gun's, give this band a look. Glam is about to smack the WORLD AGIAN! and Crazy Lixx has the package to wind up and start smackin' For the first time in 20yrs the US is behind the 8ball. If it weren't for the 80 bands getting back together and re-touring the US, the US Music biz would be Booooring! This isn't surprising though, back before The Who, and The Stones set foot in the US....again booooooring! There's a new revolution coming, and it ain't starting here (Unless RATT [and their new CD Infestation] get it started). To bad a Rock Revolution won't start here in the USA....but the good ol' USA will do a helluva job copying one and say it was all our doing, as we always have. People will take notice and think it was us (the US) all along (we have a way of persuasion.....Man, I live in a country full of blinded puppeted more-on's! Go Buy this Record you won't be let down! Then turn yer stereo to 10, and pisz yer neighbors off! You'll help start the upcoming revolution, now doesn't that sound good?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 8, 2011
2010's New Religion is the second album from Crazy Lixx, one of the best new bands in the Swedish sleaze rock scene (and if you know how great that scene is, you know that's saying something). Like Hardcore Superstar, Crashdiet, Reckless Love and the like, Crazy Lixx is bringing back the Hollywood "hair metal" sound with a modern energy and that uniquely Swedish sense of melody.

Crazy Lixx really isn't reinventing the formula here, but they definitely breathe new life into this already exciting style of party rock. Not only are they serving up hook-heavy rock anthems with insane melodies, their vocal harmonies are just incredible. They've added a dose of Def Leppard to the Motley Crue and L.A. Guns influence, and it really pays off. New Religion is just a fantastic and fun album from high-octane start to finish. The whole album rocks, but you have to especially love party anthems like "21 Till I Die," "Rock and a Hard Place" and "Lock Up Your Daughter," and even ballads like "Blame It On Love" are irresistible. You will sing along to these songs, and you will sing loud!

If you're a fan of the Swedish sleaze rock scene, New Religion is a must-have album. It will also appeal to just about anyone who grew up listening to Motley Crue, Def Leppard, King Kobra, Poison, Bang Tango, White Lion and the rest of the `80s rockers. Despite what mainstream radio would have you believe, real rock n' roll is still alive and well if you know where to look.
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