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Crack a Smile and More
Review by Brian Angotti
Are the eighties back for more? Well, with the recent success Poison has had it is very likely.
Power To The People
Review by Brian Angotti
Nearly ten years later. The original line up of Poison returns with "Power To The People". Power To The People features five new tracks and classic Poison tunes recorded live on their 2000 reunion tour.
Seven Days Live
Review by Gary Hill
Times change. When Poison first came around I couldn’t take them seriously. To me they were the worst of the glam metal bands.
Concert Reviews
Poison - Live July 2000
Review by Brian Angotti
With last years successful summer reunion tour under their belts the original glam slam kings of noise decided to do it again. The band are embarking on city after city with co-headliners Cinderella and support acts Dokken and Slaughter this year.
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This is quite a cool set. First we've got a live video of The Winery Dogs.

The Winery Dogs - Live in St. Charles, Illinois, March 2014
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The words “Super Group” are thrown around a lot but very often these bands consist of only members of other popular groups.
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When I heard the lineup on this, I assumed it would be a progressive rock release.

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