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Slave Raider - Bigger, Badder & Bolder (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Kijora
    Bigger, Badder & Bolder, an EP by Slave Raider. Released in on n/a. Genres: Glam Metal, Hard Rock.
  2. Akishura
    Slave Raider was an American heavy metal band formed in that was known for its over-the-top antics, heavy make-up and glam song lyrics. In the Twin Cities, Slave Raider had a sizeable following that were known as "The Raid".They opened for such s bands as .
  3. Daikree
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bigger Badder & Bolder - Slave Raider on AllMusic.
  4. Akinorr
    Slave Raider was an American Hard rock band formed in that was known for its over-the-top antics, heavy make-up and glam song lyrics. In the s, the Minneapolis music scene was primarily known for The Replacements, Soul Asylum, Hüsker Dü and Prince among others.
  5. Mazudal
    Aug 20,  · Slave Raider released three albums: Take The World By Storm (), What Do You Know About Rock ‘N Roll? () and Bigger, Badder and Bolder (). Slave Raider‘s “Make Some Noise” video: Slave Raider-Make Some Noise. Minnesota Hard Rock.
  6. Yozshukasa
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Slave Raider - Bigger, Badder & Bolder at Discogs. Complete your Slave Raider collection.4/5(7).
  7. Felabar
    From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 22, at This album smokes!!!!!! out of the 7 tracks are killer ones!!!(yeah probably the only issue is the lenght of the album,7 songs & less than 27 minutes) "Bigger Badder & Bolder" kicks a**!,"Bad Boy Boggie" has some hints of Skid Row here and there,"Blackout" is a pretty one,"Who Owns America" is this and ode???,quite excellent though.
  8. Tugrel
    This bigger, badder, and bolder (pun intended) edition has been brought back to life through the all-new mastering of Jamie King at The Basement Recording, two secret bonus tracks, and an essay on the band's closing chapter by NoEcho. Net co-editor Carlos Ramirez - featuring input from Slave Raider frontman Chainsaw Caine himself/5(10).

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