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  1. Feb 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wolfsbane - Live Fast, Die Fast at Discogs. Complete your Wolfsbane collection/5(89).
  2. Tears from a Fool-A very nice melodic song, with a very neat acoustic guitar inwards in it. The riffs are just simply great, this song is also the best produced on here. With terrific bass and drums flowing along with some nice vocals from Blaze, a very deep love song, and could be known as the mellow song off the album/5(4).
  3. Wolfsbane = ウルフズベイン* Wolfsbane = ウルフズベイン* - Live Fast, Die Fast = ライブ・ファスト,ダイ・ファスト ‎ (CD, Album) Def American Recordings: PPD Japan: Sell This Version/5(8).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live Fast, Die Fast on Discogs/5(23).
  5. Famous for raw, organic production jobs which revitalized many a career, Rubin completely botched the band's debut, Live Fast Die Fast, resulting in a flat sound that squelched the band's raucous metal aggression.
  6. Originally formed in , the band released a series of demos on cassette before their 7" vinyl debut Clutching at Straws in This was swiftly followed by the Wasted But Dangerous 12" EP in .
  7. Wolfsbane’s first album Live Fast, Die Fast is a mixture of fast and slow, of heavy and mild, of good and bad. I don’t think I ever got around how much in places that this band sounds like Van Halen, and certainly Blaze’s vocals at this time have much in common with David Lee Roth’s.
  8. Live Fast, Die Fast: Wicked Tales of Booze, Birds and Bad Language is the debut album by English heavy metal band, Wolfsbane. The album was released on August 14, and produced by Rick Rubin for his Def American label.

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