Will the Thrill | Sorry to Disappoint Ya

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Sorry to Disappoint Ya

by Will the Thrill

This album rocks like mad, throws your baggage in the trash, and shows you how to have fun with that creepy little weirdo you've got locked up inside of you.
Genre: Metal/Punk: 80's Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Don't Answer To You
4:55 album only
2. She's An Animal
3:54 album only
3. Better Off Dead
3:15 album only
4. Little Miss Treater
3:34 album only
5. In Your Wildest Dreams
4:02 album only
6. Someday
5:10 album only
7. Say Goodbye
4:58 album only
8. This Feeling
5:13 album only
9. Now It's Broken
3:46 album only
10. Your Worst Nightmare
3:59 album only
11. Thirst For Your Blood
3:35 album only
12. Sociopath
2:27 album only
13. Sorry To Disappoint Ya
2:40 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Will The Thrill was born to rock and raised to roll. At one time he listened to Judas Priest every day for 2 years, with a small break of Alice Cooper in between (as he waited for Painkiller to come out). He can still sing most of their guitar solos! Before that he listened to Appetite For Destruction by Guns 'n' Roses every day for 6 months. Ratt, Dokken, Scorpions, and Motley Crue also wore out his tape deck over the years. Then he branched out into Power Metal like Sonata Arctica, Punk rock from The Clash, the Shred stylings of Jason Becker, and fast Rockabilly in The Reverend Horton Heat. You'll hear that in his work, each thrown into the cauldron of Classic Metal ingredients.

No matter how many times he moved around the country, he could always take the music with him and it made him feel great every time he needed it. When it's time to party, you need Metal. When you're sad or pissed off, you need Metal. That's just how it is, man. Well now all the rock stars are getting old and retiring. But people still need their message. And that message is: "You're not alone, other people are going through what you are, and if you stick to your guns you're gonna be okay!" Will The Thrill is here to make sure you all hear that message loud and clear for a long time to come.



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