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Time Bomb
Time Bomb

Time Bomb is Buckcherry's second album. It was produced by John Travis and released on February 19, 2002 by Dreamworks Records. Image File history File links source: www. ... Buckcherry is a rock and roll band that reached its commercial success with the songs Lit Up and For the Movies, from their debut, self-titled album which was released in 1999. ... Jump to: navigation, search February 19 is the 50th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... Jump to: navigation, search 2002(MMII) is a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... When David Geffen sold his Geffen Records to MCA Records he joined Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg to form Dreamworks SKG, with subsidiary DreamWorks Records. ...

Track Listing

  1. Frontside
  2. Ridin'
  3. Time Bomb
  4. Porno Star
  5. Place in the Sun
  6. (Segue)Helpless
  7. Underneath
  8. @*#!Slit My Wrist
  9. Whiskey in the Morning
  10. You
  11. Slamin'
  12. Fall
  13. Open My Eyes


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Buckcherry: Time Bomb (2001): Reviews (492 words)
Time Bomb is loaded with two things that are markedly absent from most of today's hard rock scene: memorable melodies and a loose but swinging rhythmic foundation.
Time Bomb packs an incendiary wallop that's as noisy as nighttime on the Fourth of July.
Time Bomb is one romping anthem after another almost clear through to the end, a "hidden" piano ballad that serves only further cement the band's status as a throwback to the days of overwrought arena rock.
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