Maxx Dolls – Maxx Dolls [1992]

Maxx DollsCountry Italy

Style Hard Rock

Rating 80/100

Band Members Fabri Gregg – Vocals, Jampy Lussignoli – Guitars,backing vocals, Ludo Battani – Bass, Mauro Losio – Drums,percussion,backing vocals

Tracks 01. Needsomebody (4:01), 02. It’s My Turn To Move (4:51), 03. Just Blow Me Away (5:20), 04. Easy Train (4:21), 05. Summer Night (4:46)

Profile Brescia based hard rock outfit Maxx Dolls made their first step in music scene with a 4-tracks demo released in 1989 prior to the 1992 “Maxx Dolls” album on Magic Bus. The band played rough hard rock with a sleazy touch in the movement of the Italian sleazy/glam bands of the time like Shabby Trick, Halloween, Gow, Jolly Power, Miss Daisy, etc. They winning a competition ended up playing on stage at the Budokan in Tokyo also. As for the quality of their songs is almost perfect from the semi-acoustic ballad “Just Blow Me Away” to the upbeat “Easy Train” with nice combination of bass and drums till  the sleazy “Summer Night” with a lot of great guitar parts to work of Jampy Lussignoli. Unfortunately sucked into the devastated grunge and was lost in oblivion.

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