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SINN ‘Jailbait ’
(Perris Records) (2004)

"Sinn" is the brainchild of Tommy Krash, an 80's Glam Rock enthusiast. Tommy shared his appreciation for Motley Crue, Faster Pussycat and Poison with Mick Spacy (Guitars/Backing Vocals) and Matthew Scott (Drums, Guitar and Backing Vocals) and together they formed Sinn.

The band created a self-produced demo called "Sleeze Demo #1" which received a positive reaction from the Glam Rock circles. The band recently decided to change their name to Dead Star Factory but before that they released "Jailbait" through Perris Records.

You can understand the band's intention from the very first notes of the opening track "Girl" - need to name it? Hard and Sleazy Rock! "Stepsister" is a typical Hard Rock song with a catchy riff and impressive solo. Motley Crue are listed as the band's main influence and "Look What the Cat Dragged In" is nothing but the living proof of that. "Freak" sounds like most of the classic 80's hit songs and it seems as if this was the bands intention in the first place.

Things will slow down a bit with "Find A Way" the only song close enough to a ballad. "Science Girl" is the band's only attempt to add Punk attitude to their songs but I really believe that it didn't work out as well as they intended.

Things will improve significantly with "Too Late", a song with a catchy refrain and impressive double guitar work, my personal favourite. I was equally impressed by "Outlaw", a song full of energy which reminded me of the time when artists with coloured hair and plenty of make-up dominated the world's biggest arena's. The last four tracks of the album "Shame", "She Wants Love", "16 Sexy Sweet" and "Almost 16" continues the same way and will satisfy every Glam Rocker.

"Jailbait" was created so as to entertain fans of Glam Rock music. If you want your bands to sound hard and sleazy, "Jailbait" is the album you're looking for.

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Review by John Stefanis

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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