23106093e6fcc19204c1b684ec1f13f8After nine years and a number of lineup changes, the Sin City Sinners remain the hardest working band in the Las Vegas Valley. It has been quite some time since we got a new album from the Sinners, but at long last they have delivered in the form of Let it Burn, which is their sixth overall CD release. We have gotten Sinners CDs offering covers of rock songs and holiday favorites alike, but Let it Burn is unique than it is back to original songs from the band, many of which have been played by the band over the last year in anticipation of the CD release.

The Sin City Sinners lineup is currently a quartet that features vocalist Joshua Alan (BlackBox13), guitarist Michael “Doc” Ellis (Love/Hate), bassist Scotty Griffin (LA Guns), and drummer Blas Elias (Slaughter). This is the first Sin City Sinners CD to consist entirely of original music written by the band, with no covers or updates of older songs from the respective musicians comprising the band.

In the past year, and a half, the Sinners have undergone a number of lineup changes, but this has not stopped the band from continuing to record and perform on the live stage. Many of the songs that ended up on this CD were actually co-written by former members of the band prior to their respective departures. From back when I started seeing the band back in 2010, only Doc Ellis remains in the band, but I have followed the group closely and seen the various evolving lineups.

01. Livin’ Like A Sinner
02. Puts Me Through Hell
03. Higher Than High
04. So Yeah!
05. Glad To Say Goodbye
06. If Mary Wanna
07. Social Disease
08. Star Crossed Haters
09. Get Over You
10. Let It Burn

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Danny “The Count” Koker (COUNTING CARS)
Dizzy Reed (GUNS N’ ROSES)
Frank Dimino (ANGEL)
George Lynch (DOKKEN)
Gilby Clarke (GUNS N’ ROSES)
Michael Lardie (GREAT WHITE)
Phil Lewis (L.A. GUNS)
Robert Mason (WARRANT)
Ron Keel (KEEL)
Todd Kerns (SLASH)

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Sin City Sinners – Let It Burn 2016

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