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Get The Rods Out - The Reaction (11) - Old & New - 1978-2005 (CD)

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  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of the Hot Rod Hits - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  3. The Rods released a self financed album "Rock hard" in Then the trio from New York City got signed by the label Arista. From "Rock hard", they included eight songs on the more official debut, simply titled "The Rods" ()/5(21).
  4. Get The Rods Out has members. This group is for anybody that loves been out on the bank. It's to share catch reports, to share advise and help.
  5. Hot Rods did attract a lot of negative publicity for themselves showing the darker side of American youth. The new postwar America saw a golden time for hot rods which became a hot craze with the young people. In an effort to present the hot Rods in the right light, in January , the first Hot Rod Exhibition was held in Los Angeles.
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  7. The Rods were one of America's unsung blue-collar heavy metal bands of the s -- often compared to Britain's Motörhead because of their veteran three-piece lineup; their everyman, almost punk-simple image; and, of course, their brash and extremely loud music, which was invariably played on amplifiers set to 11!
  8. You get the rod. You get the rod. Steve: Swear to God, do not touch me. Krampus: You see Steve, you don't know anything about pain. Steve: Yes I do. Krampus: Pain is having a girl named Sheila walk out on you in the middle of downtown Baltimore for some guy named Dennis who worked as a mechanic and made twice as much money as you. Steve: What?
  9. The Rods were one of America's unsung blue-collar heavy metal bands of the s, often compared to Britain's Motörhead for their veteran three-piece lineup, their everyman, almost punk-like simple image, and, of course, their brash and extremely loud music, which was invariably played on amplifiers set to The band achieved little mainstream success during their career, and the Rods.

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