Radio Cult | Never Enough

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Never Enough

by Radio Cult

If Joan Jett had to drag race against an evil robot car in order to save the world, this is probably the CD she would be listening to while she did it…and yeah, she’d win.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Get Out of This Town
4:23 album only
2. When I'm With You
3:43 album only
3. Saturday Midnight Double Feature
2:16 album only
4. Back to You
3:08 album only
5. Make the First Move
3:26 album only
6. Galaxy Man (Theme Song)
2:34 album only
7. I Don't Believe in Ghosts
3:08 album only
8. I Wanna Play With the Bad Boys
3:24 album only
9. Just a Distraction
3:30 album only
10. Shoot the Dead
3:03 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.



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Bob N.

Radio Cult Rocks!
I’ve seen Radio Cult performances and they are a great band to check out. I have all of their CDs. They play cover songs very professionally and it really makes for an exciting show every time! They have original music as well. My favorite ones from the new CD are “Galaxy Man” and “I don’t Believe In Ghosts.” Seriously, go check out this band!!!

Robert S.

Never Enough is what i keep saying
I bought this CD from Radio Cult at horror weekend in Gatlinburg. I popped it in as I was leavingandto and listened to it three times in a row on my way home. And then one more time just before I got home. The next day going to work I played it with my carpool rider (we never agree on music) and he was bobbing his head back and forth and really getting in to it. I've been waiting for this CD for almost two years to come out and it was WELL worth the wait. Never Enough is a must buy.

Bentley little

An Honest Review from a Friend of the Band
I first met Radio Cult almost five years ago. They were playing at the first Con-Nooga convention. I wnet into teh convention with a heaping amount of doubt that any of the bands would be good. Well as I am standing in the lobby outside the theater, I can hear the most bad-ass cover of 99 Red Balloons. I was blown away! I have always loved it when bands do a cover and it their own. You can hear the love and respect they have for the classics, but you can also hear their skill and passion while playing.

Well I ended up "saving" Bambi from a creepy guy at an auction and I was officially made her bitch, an honor which I put on all my resumes. She and Ricky ended up giving me their first two cds, which were fun, but I was blown away by track five on each cd. I ended talking to them later, and found out track five on each cd was an original song. Well we stayed friends and hung out every time they were in town. So I may be a bit a biased, and I realized that. So I decided to go into this review with an open mind, and review as someone who didn't know them.

Well its awesome! The first two songs don't do much for me. They are just ok in my opinion, but they rest of the songs are great! Stand out tracks have to be:
Saturday Midnight Double Feature - It feels like it is a lost song from Rocky Horror Picture Show. Its a lot of fun and I can't stop listening to it!
Galaxy Man (Theme Song) - A nice change of pace, but its still pretty awesome.
I Don't Believe in Ghosts - Reminds me of Nirvana and Alice in Chains, which is always a good thing!
I Wanna Play With the Bad Boys - Reminds me of Bikini Kill, but with more precision. A lot of fun to listen to.
Just a Distraction - Probably one of my favorite songs from this album, very haunting and beautiful.
Shoot the Dead - I've known this song for a couple of years now, and have always loved it. Reminds me of White Zombie.

Well there you go! When six of the ten tracks are absolutely amazing, you know its a great cd. Besides the other songs, will more than likely grow on me over time.