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“The 2 man band bring us Glam & Hair Metal at it’s finest. They have put together a cracking album & if you're a fan of the band I suggest you get this album turned on & turned up! If you haven’t heard of the new band then I suggest you get a listen now!”
“Only so often in a time and place does something occur truly twice and Laci Violett may just be the SECOND COMING of hair metal!!! Laci's catchy melodies and ironclad grooves combined with their truly brilliant tune-smithing brings a fresh take on hair metal (maybe the freshest yet)”
“Yes, you know you’re in proper glam metal / sleaze rock territory when the opening song is called 'Hairspray Running Low'”
“LV truly captures the sleaze, glam essence of the Sunset Strip bands we all know and love. The title track “Hairspray Running Low” is a Friday night show night put into words. The riffs and solo are amazing. “Snakebite” starts with a big intro solo straight into another perfect riff. Lizzy has a voice that screams glam! “Make the Volume Loud” has a cool intro and suddenly turns into a hypnotic riff. The keys add to this song as well. “I Don’t Go to School” is another arena rock great. You feel like you are 17 and telling the world how it is! Just a few songs in and you can see that Eddie Bane is a phenom on guitar. “Ring the Bell” is more guitar riff greatness. Lizzy can change his vocal style at will to compliment each song. “USA Mania”, what can I say? The riffs are what I love to hear in the music I love. Rock ‘N Roll IS coming your way! Where else can you hear Ben Franklin referenced in a glam song? “Left for Dead” has a slow, cool riff leading the way into a cool chorus. The vocals and background vocals are layered well and help the songs. There is an “Outro” that is an instrumental so I don’t count that as a song to review but it does sound cool. That makes 8 songs on the cd. I love 7 out of 8 songs. That is a rare percentage to find in new “old school” music. This album will get many future spins and will become another personal fave in my collection of music.”
— Brad Buell, Heaven's Rain