Manic's Rage | Tippin' the Bottle

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Tippin' the Bottle

by Manic's Rage

MANIC’s RAGE – Born in the rotten winter of 1996, hails shamefully . . . but FEAR-lessly from the west side of Detroit: home of re-called cars, bicycle drive by’s, and the very enigmatic Dr. Death – Jack Kevorkian!! Inspired by: 80’s Glam/Metal, 70’s Punk
Genre: Metal/Punk: American Punk
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1. Murder in the First
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2. Tippin' the Bottle
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3. Wanna Be
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4. Sick
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5. Cry Baby
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6. Hell Ride to Paradise
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7. Dance on Your Grave
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8. Pain Pills
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9. Burnin' Love
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10. Six Pack
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MANIC’s RAGE – Born in the rotten winter of 1996, hails shamefully . . . but FEAR-lessly from the west side of Detroit: home of re-called cars, bicycle drive by’s, and the very enigmatic Dr. Death – Jack Kevorkian!! Inspired by: 80’s Glam/Metal, 70’s Punk (Hanoi Rocks, New York Dolls, SexPistols) Jim Beam, Prozac, NyQuil, & Government Cheese

Featured on “The Pink and The Black: a goth and a glam collection,” Manic’s Rage appears on “The Pink Disk” and attended/performed at all Four CD release Parties: Chicago, NYC, Los Angeles, and St. Pete.

Delinquent Records Proudly Boasts that Manic’s Rage has been banned from the “SO-CALLED BIG DETROIT ROCK CLUBS” to beloved by the “BOARDED UP, KNOCK3 TIMES TO ENTER, UNDERGROUND CLUBS.”

As covered in SPIN Magazine‘s review of Chicago’s Decadent “Expo of the Extreme 2” at The Vic Theatre, May 21 – 22, 1998 Manic’s Rage can boast the proud slot of opening the 2-day Weekend, on Friday with Motorhead closing the evening.

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