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The Street - The Divine Debauchery
The Divine Debauchery is already the sixth full length release from this Salt Lake City based hard rock band. Influenced by stadium bands such as U2, Van Halen and Led Zeppelin; The Street deliver a melodic and catchy album. They believe that staying true to what moves them, will move the listener. 
‘Bon Jovi on steroids’ is the first thing that came to mind as I was listening to this album. A bit heavier on guitars and vocals. The song ‘Step It Up’  is a song that makes you want to break every speed limit while listening to it in your car, but the song is not that original, as is the rest of the album. Some personal favourites are songs such as ‘Greetings From The Ghetto’, ‘Devil’s Dilemma’ and ‘Walls'. The production on this album is not of great quality but it's ok.
The vocals from singer B. Arnold remind me of Izzy from the movie Rock Star. Powerful and raunchy the words are coming from his throat right into your face. Combined with the fact that the musicians are indeed rocking hard, makes this into a decent album, but again, not original.
Personally I can’t wait to see these guys play live, simply because they say that they are a great live band. Greetings from the filthy ghetto, living large in a white trash USA!
The Street - The Divine Debauchery
75/1001Details Music Buy Mail
Released on Tuesday Feb 12th, 2008
US Hard Rock

Writer @Zmok on Tuesday Feb 12th, 2008

Tags: #The Street
Tracklisting 1. Greetings From The Ghetto
2. Devil's Dilemma
3. Bitter
4. Light Of Day
5. Step It Up
6. Nemesis
7. Vendetta's My Name
8. Shovel
9. One Man Battle
10. Walls
11. Head Or Be Dead
12. A Voluntary Loss Of Innocence
Line up B. Arnold - Vocals
Randy Vaughn - Guitar
Chris Miller - Guitar
Garry Navas - Bass
Rob Lambros - Drums