Is Nothing Sacred? ()

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The shadow of the Rolling Stones, the classic role model for bands who embrace rock's scuzzy, dangerous, vaguely satanic side, looms large over Lords of the New Church's second album. The influence of Mick Jagger on Stiv Bators' lippy, sneering delivery has never been more apparent. Brian James emulates Keith Richards' rhythm-oriented guitar parts, leaving Dave Tregunna's bass as the lead instrument. Nicky Turner may not be Charlie Watts (who is?), but he provides a dependable backbeat. Is Nothing Sacred? even offers such ...

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  1. Dance With Me
  2. Bad Timing
  3. Johnny Too Bad
  4. Don't Worry Children
  5. The Night Is Calling
  6. Black Girl White Girl
  7. Goin' Downtown
  8. Tale of Two Cities
  9. World Without End
  10. Partners in Crime
  11. Live for Today
  12. Opening Nightmares
  13. Sorry for the Man
  14. Lord's Prayer
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Is Nothing Sacred?
2003, Track Record

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Is Nothing Sacred?
2003, Track Records

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