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Dont Touch Me

by Pilla

Guitar driven,hard singing,rock is back with Pilla. They bring back a classic rock feel with a Modern edge and style. With catchy hooks and songs, this album will stick in your brain, in a good way.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Make Me Believe
2:38 $0.99
2. The Bandit
3:46 $0.99
3. We had a Love
4:14 $0.99
4. Beautiful Wreck
6:18 $0.99
5. Creeper
3:24 $0.99
6. Angel's Dying
2:52 $0.99
7. Sister Sane
5:38 $0.99
8. Biggest Mistake
4:11 $0.99
9. The Queen
4:12 $0.99
10. Mine
3:03 $0.99
11. Memphis and a Bottle of Booze(Missing Memphis)
3:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
Born from the shards of such bands as Persuader, The Ronis Bros, and Stillday, Pilla started out as a innocent folk-rock project in late 2002, but soon morphed into something totally different. Mr Ronis was hired by Mr Pilla to sling the axe in his folk-rock project, but after one rehearsal, Ronis saw more. He saw a animal-like rock front man, prowling ready to strike. With a diamond-in-the rough rock voice, full of soulful lows, sweeping highs, and controlled screams, a rock band had to form. After one song writing session, it was set that this band MUST move forward. More songs came, and the search was on for a new bass player. They recruited Platinumb, the low-end of the Ronis Bros. He got his name, cause he writes the riffs that makes hits. After their first show, people were asking for a recording of Pilla's music. They then quickly entered a few studios, and banged out a 6 song raw demo, full of emotion, energy, power, and what was becoming Pilla's guitar driven power sound. After a year of hot midwest shows, with the fan base building, and the full album being started, they had to part ways with original drummer, Easy Riter. Fan, and friend of the band, Johnny Shore, then stepped right in, already knowing the songs. He completed the tour, and brought a new dimension to Pilla's sound, crafting drum lines that tell the story the bands trying to tell. He also helped write the rest of the album, due out early 2008, with the band. The band also received cable airplay on "Inside Entertainment" and National Tv coverage when the song, "Biggest Mistake" was chosen for the Living Room battle of the bands on CBS. This is a band that must be seen to understand the power... ( Review from Jackie, the MYSPACE MUSIC CRITIC) ***********Your band was easy to do as you are very talented and have the sound to make it to the top!
Pilla is a new wave of legend with their brillient new music may just send them to their newest stage of an exciting artistic journey. There is a sleek rock and alternative flag to the music front. I see a future of songcraft and very serious skills. The hooks and smooth rhymes make them big passive pleasures and put them in the front seat!
Great work! I wish you Peace and Success as you travel on your journeys...

"MySpace Music Critic"



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Rift magazine review
By Nelson Heise www.riftmagazine.com

I have to be honest, I had to go the band’s website to find out if they (Pilla) were a serious band or not. In just listening to the disc, “Don’t Touch Me”, I get a lot of mixed messages. Sure there are ton of good thick rock tunes that dance the fine line of good Guns ‘n’ Roses, grunge and classic rock, but there are also those ballads. Take for example “Biggest Mistake”; I swear to God I thought I was listening to Extreme or Poison with just a harsher vocal tone. Now the songs maybe entirely serious but I just can’t get that comparison to go away. Even down to the dramatic guitar solo entry. I am not saying this sound is right or wrong, but it just doesn’t float my boat like the rockers did on this disc, and I will say those are excellent.

Easy pick for favorite track for me is “The Queen”, a hard bluesy swagger that diagrams the perfect combination of blues, hard rock and vocal grit. Also, “The Bandit” had nice non-pussy 80’s rock vibe, and I think that’s it. While I hear a lot of hair metal influence, the heavy stuff brings some big balls, and the balladry stuff– not so much. As I say that though, the final cut “Memphis and a Bottle of Booze (Missing Memphis)” is a great closer and has a bit of the Supersuckers gone country feel. I get it and then I don’t with Pilla’s “Don’t Touch Me”. It’s rock and it’s fun, and according to their site they rock live pretty hard, and the same time it’s a bit silly. But I ask myself one thing, “Did you enjoy it?” And for the most part, yeah I did.

Tami Hoffman

This is a great CD, the songs are good the singer has an amazing voice.