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|Lizzy Borden||Primary Artist|
|Joey Vera||Bass Guitar|
|Dan Fitzgerald||Guitar, Guitar (12 String Acoustic)|
|Alex Nelson||Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Sitar|
|Joey Scott Harges||Drums|
|Lizzy Borden||Arranger, Composer, Concept|
|Elliot Solomon||Arranger, Producer, Engineer|
|Joey Scott Harges||Arranger|
|Todd McFarlane||Cover Art|
|Kris Solem||Enhanced CD Audio Creation|
Posted October 1, 2010
After over a decade, Lizzy Borden, the 80's shock-rock meisters, have returned with a new album. As a longtime Lizzy Borden fan, I had looked forward to this very much, and was not disappointed. This album is very much classic Lizzy. Think ''Master Of Disguise'', only a bit heavier, and without all the horns and strings. The music is hard-rocking, 80's-style metal that doesn't give in to any current trends. The music has a dark edge to it, and the lyrics explore the dark side of life, which has always been Lizzy's trademark. The first track is ''There Will Be Blood Tonight'', a strong rocker which is great to herald Lizzy's return. Other songs that stand out are the title track, ''Zanzibar'', ''Loving You Is Murder'', ''We Only Come Out At Night'', ''The World Is Mine'', and ''State Of Pain.'' If you are a longtime Lizzy Borden fan like me, this album is a must! I would also recommend it(and all the L.B. albums) to Marilyn Manson fans, so they can see how it's really done!
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