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Cocked & Re-Loaded (Millenium Edition)


Download links and information about Cocked & Re-Loaded (Millenium Edition) by L. A. Guns. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 59:42 minutes.

Artist: L. A. Guns
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 15
Duration: 59:42
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No. Title Length
1. Letting Go 1:00
2. Slap In the Face 3:53
3. Rip and Tear 4:12
4. Sleazy Come Easy Go 4:07
5. Never Enough 4:09
6. Malaria 5:55
7. The Ballad of Jayne 5:17
8. Magdalaine 6:38
9. Give a Little 3:39
10. I'm Addicted 1:32
11. 17 Crash 3:36
12. Showdown (Riot On Sunset) 3:16
13. Wheels of Fire 4:57
14. I Wanna Be Your Man 3:37
15. Rip and Tear (Spahn Ranch Remix) 3:54



Cocked & Re-Loaded is a re-recording of what was arguably L.A. Guns' finest album, their 1989 sophomore effort, Cocked & Loaded (natch), with an extra track thrown in (a completely disposable dance mix of the rocker "Rip and Tear"). Maybe you could accuse them of flogging a horse at death's door, but on its own merits, this is a good disc. The material is tried and trusted, and the re-formed lineup from the original album brings plenty of exuberance to these new renditions. Plenty of punch, grunt, and raunch here. Highlights include the alley-cat sass of "Sleazy Come Easy Go" — the kind of music strippers play when they're getting ready for work; the hooky rocker "Wheels of Fire"; and the 1990 hit "The Ballad of Jayne" — a moving torch song for the late actress Jayne Mansfield. Everybody's in fine form and clearly don't give a flying Ferrari that they're putting out a hair metal album more than a decade after the wave broke. Like a midnight walk down the Sunset Strip, Cocked & Re-Loaded is a gritty good time in the old-style rock & roll tradition. Not recommended for Southern Baptists or Korn fans.