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Kristy Krash Majors
The Devil In Me
May 2004
Released: 2000, Perris Records
Rating: 4.0/5
Reviewer: Celtic Bob

You may know Kristy Krash as the guitarist from Pretty Boy Floyd but here on his debut solo disc he does it all (guitar, drums, bass, vocal….), including producing and mixing. The guy is one talented person.

The disc starts out with the title track which is a great upbeat rocker. There’s no beating around the bush here, he just gets right to the point with short songs that are great. There are a couple of Ramones influenced tracks on the disc in “Somebody Save Me” and “Psychotherapy”, the latter even borrows its title directly from the famous NY group. There is not a single ballad on the cd so if you want a great Hard Rock album but don’t want to wade through the sappy ballads then check this title out. Kristy even does his own version of the Lita Ford song “Kiss Me Deadly” which is interesting to say the least.

Not a bad track on this cd at all. A great disc for cranking up.
Track Listing

1. Devil In Me
2. Over The Edge
3. Somebody Save Me
4. Kiss Me Deadly
5. End Of The World
6. Love Me/Hate Me
7. Rock City On The Radio
8. Don't Go Baby
9. Broken Dreams
10. Psychotherapy





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