With A Nightmare Livin ‘The Dream, LIZARD KING sign an album certainly very energetic but unfortunately completely devoid of originality. Giving between a rock and a ballsy Sleaze Rock blasted, we say that the group has it all, and although he did have nothing because even if some are inspired riffs ( “I Can Be A Lover”), one falls fast, very fast even in already heard too much.

We must recognize that with the group giving bunch in this vein, the Amount Required talent to get out is not obvious thing, but leaving such an album so do not expect to hear that her sweets subject, I do not say that a Nightmare Livin ‘the Dream is bad because that would be a lie, it is simply insignificant and could be classified in the kind of album that we put at the end of the evening once everyone lived well. In conclusion, I would just say that without the support of a good promo, and I doubt that the label bends 4 to promote this album, it should logically go fairly unnoticed.

01. Come Get Some
02. Kneel to the King
03. I Can’t Be Your Lover
04. Hair of the Dog
05. I Want You to Want Me
06. If It’s a Sin
07. A Nightmare Livin’ the Dream
08. Just to Hear You Say It
09. This Ain’t Love
10. Hard to Get
11. Down
12. Waterloo Ratz
Flash Roxx Sawyer – Vocals
Niro Knox – Guitars
Lee Benz – Bass
Moyano El Buffalo – Drums



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