Today on Hair Metal Mixtape! Razorbats unleash song “Working For The Weekend”! A feel good hit for feel bad workers! #razorbats
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But first… Hear N’ Tell!
Razorbats unleash song “Working For The Weekend” a feel good hit for feel bad workers!
Have you ever had a dead-end job with a terrible boss? Struggling to get through the week, so you can party and forget your dreary life for a few hours? If so, Razorbats’ «Working For The Weekend» is for you! With a catchy riff, cheesy synth and sing-a-long chorus, the song is the perfect soundtrack to a night out that you probably won’t remember anything from!
Here’s Razorbats and their new song “Working For The Weekend” right here on Hair Metal Mixtape
That was Razorbats and their new song “Working For The Weekend” from their new album «Mainline Rock ’N’ Roll» is in stores April 9th through Rob Mules Records.
Three years after their critically acclaimed album “II”, Razorbats are finally back with a new album! The final single is this track you just heard “Working For the Weekend”, which will be out Friday March 26th. The new album «Mainline Rock ’N’ Roll» is in stores April 9th through Rob Mules Records.
About the album “Mainline Rock ‘N’ Roll;
The road to hell is full of temptations and as prolific rockers, Razorbats never shy away from temptation. Although temperatures above 37 Celsius on Bloody Beach and perpetual sodomy by Beelzebub in a blazing inferno may not be more tempting than watching “The Masked Singer” with the family on a Saturday night, it is still something profound that drives otherwise sane people to spend large parts of their lives in a foul-smelling van from the early 80’s. It is of course the joy of giving people a break from power-hungry bosses, naggy life partners, overwhelming debt and other crap one may have in life. Because maybe it is worth living life a little before Satan gets his eternal cuddle?
There you have it folks! What did you think?
…And that was your Hear ’N Tell!
OK, Mixtapers! It’s Tuesday and in the traditions of Two for Tuesday, Hair Metal Mixtape is Double Dippin’ today like the last few Tuesdays. And I am having a blast doing it. I’m always the one to complicate things for myself by making things more difficult for myself but for today’s Mixtape I threw that out the window. I’ve done “A” & “B” side singles, Studio and Live tracks and today, to be honest I was gonna do studio tracks and acoustic tracks but I scrapped all that and I chose to just play two songs in a row of bands I like. That’s it. Easy Peazy, Hair Metal Squeezy!
So let’s begin with a band who I feel I’ve been neglecting lately and I don’t know why? I sometimes get into new relationships with other bands and then I forget about my established relationships with bands like Warrant, Winger and Cinderella!
So here’s the late Jani Lane and Warrant with “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” from their sophomore album ‘Cherry Pie’ to kick off today’s Double Dippin’ Hair Metal Mixtape
That was Philly, Pennsylvania rockers Cinderella and their first single “Shake Me” from ’Night Songs’ to wrap up today’s Hair Metal Mixtape!
Night Songs sold several million copies due to a combination of Cinderella’s breakthrough single “Nobody’s Fool”, MTV airplay, and an opening slot on labelmates Bon Jovi‘s tour, in support of their album Slippery When Wet.
The album peaked at No. 3 on the US charts on February 7, 1987, and was certified double platinum for shipping 2 million copies there twelve days later. In May 1991, it was certified triple platinum, having shipped 3 million copies.
Leadoff single “Shake Me” failed to chart, but “Nobody’s Fool” cracked the Top 20, reaching No. 13. Third single “Somebody Save Me” went to #66. On May 4, 1987, Cinderella filmed parts of their concert in Philadelphia. These live songs were, along with their three MTV videos, released on home video in August 1987 on Night Songs: The Videos.
On the VH1 program That Metal Show, Night Songs was rated #5 on the show’s “top five worst album covers on great albums” list. Eddie Trunk stated that the cover was not that bad, it was just misleading, as it put forward a glam metal image, but the songs inside were classic hard rock and heavy metal. According to some rock/metal critics, Night Songs is considered a heavy metal album. After Night Songs, the band went in a more blues rock direction.
And that is today’s Hair Metal Mixtape #366 – Double Dippin’
Nothing to ramble on about with this Mixtape today. I wanted to hear two tunes I dig from a band I like and repeat. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for sticking around. I appreciate and respect your time.
That’s it folks! Thanks for listening!
I hope you are maintaining your physical distance from your friends and loved ones for now and yet also engaging in social connectivity.
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Peace, Love, Hair Metal!
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