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Man Raze, Surreal Album Review


Man Raze are a three piece rock band made up of Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook as well as Def Leppards Phil Collen and former Girl member Simon Laffy. However its Def Leppard fans that will enjoy this 'super groups' effort most. Surreal which isn't very surreal at all, sounds at times more like Collens 80s stadium rock than it does Cooks 70 punk. For evidence of this, just listen to the angry, Turn it up, with the repetitive, crowd friendly chorus of 'Turn it up, turn it up, turn it up' you get the picture. 

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