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Southern Comfort 4 LP 1984
Label: Spectrum Records #: ASPEC 004 Country: England
Info: The 4th and last installment of this series documenting the Kent rock scene - and, not counting the pop vol.2, also the weakest one I'm afraid.

CONTENT
(bold = exclusive track / normal = non-exclusive track / italic = non-metal)



Side A:
1. PAUL BELTON-DEUCE - Intro
  A mere guitar solo-intro from the guitar player of familiars DEUCE, more properly represented on volumes 1 and 3.
2. T. BONE - Going To A Party
  The stomping, noisy troglodyte-NWOBHM of the verses gets a bit ruined by the nonsense chorus.
3. T. BONE - To Young To Realize
  An even better Riff-HM verse ruined by an even worse southern rock chorus. What the hell?!...
4. CHAOTIC CHILDREN - Writing On The Wall
  The fact that all bands seem to share the same studio and over-reverberated, noisy mix made this sound rather similar to T. BONE's Hard Rock at first, but this is basically New Wave/Punk/Goth with an undeservingly loud production.
5. CHAOTIC CHILDREN - Chaotic Children
  Goth Rock.
6. X DIRECTORY - Public Schoolboy
  Punk rock.

Side B:
1. ROUGH DIAMOND - She's So Aware
  Pop-rock roughened up by too distorted Hard Rock guitars.
2. ROUGH DIAMOND - Fine Night
  Boogie rock.
3. DESIGN - The Girl Of My Dreams
  Schmallad.
4. DESIGN - Deborah
  Soft, keyboard-dominated rock.
5. ROB THE PACK - Lady
  Decent semi-ballad from what sounds like a Heavier Hard Rock act.
         
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