8 thoughts on “ Girls, Girls, Girls - Axe - Nemesis (CD)

  1. Following the bad ass "All Through the Night", Axe slip into an AOR groove throughout the remainder of Nemesis, with keyboards over-riding several of the songs, such as "Eagles Fly Home", and the weak "Let the Music Come Back". "Girls, Girls, Girls" is nothing more than a cliche-riden cut, while the Edgar Winter penned "Keep Playing That Rock.
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  5. May 03,  · Axe, however, may have to pick his battles carefully as a new enemy surfaces in social impact pioneer Mike Prince, played by Corey Stoll (House of Cards), who proves himself to be a .
  6. Axe also beats the Cr e to bat with the lascivious "Girls Girls Girls" (backing vocals by the Mountain Jack Sluggettes). "Foolin' Your Mama Again" sneaks around a melodic outlaw chorus, and the hard-working Edgar Winter boogie, "Keep Playing That Rock 'n' Roll" is still another great, innocuous burner/5(17).
  7. Jan 12,  · The band would release two albums at the label including ’s Offering (featuring the hit anthem “Rock ‘N’ Roll Party in the Streets” and a cover of Montrose’s “I Got the Fire”) and ’s Nemesis (featuring “Girls, Girls, Girls” and “Heat in the Street”). The band toured with such groups as the Scorpions, Kiss, ZZ.
  8. Feb 11,  · 's Nemesis was the fourth album from melodic rockers Axe, and came hot on the heels of their breakthrough hit Offering. It's always a bit tricky to pin down Axe's sound. They're a pretty straightforward melodic rock band along the lines of April Wine, but with a heavy streak as well as a flair for radio-friendly rock anthems/5().

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