Shotgun Messiah

Trackimage Playbut Trackname Playbut Trackname
Heartbreak Blvd 04:19 Tools
Shout It Out 04:11 Tools
Living Without You 04:03 Tools
Don't Care 'bout Nothin' 04:20 Tools
I Want More 06:10 Tools
Nobody's Home 04:44 Tools
Red Hot 04:23 Tools
Violent New Breed 04:57 Tools
Ride the Storm 03:58 Tools
I'm a Gun 03:29 Tools
Bop City 03:54 Tools
Come Down 03:12 Tools
Babylon 02:56 Tools
Jihad 03:53 Tools
Revolution 03:36 Tools
Enemy in Me 04:05 Tools
Squeezin' Teazin' 04:05 Tools
Trouble 04:35 Tools
Free 05:11 Tools
Monkey Needs 03:25 Tools
Rain 03:46 Tools
Nowhere Fast 03:59 Tools
I Wanna Know 04:46 Tools
Sex 04:17 Tools
Overkill 03:14 Tools
Nervous 04:07 Tools
Can't Fool Me 04:01 Tools
You & Me 04:15 Tools
I Come in Peace 03:41 Tools
Side F/X 02:08 Tools
I'm Your Love 04:53 Tools
Dirt Talk 04:30 Tools
53rd and 3rd 02:48 Tools
The Explorer 03:52 Tools
Sexdrugsrockn'roll 00:00 Tools
Sexdrugsrock'n'roll 03:24 Tools
Search and Destroy 03:28 Tools
the explorer (cody) - instrumental 03:52 Tools
Nobody's Home (acoustic) 04:28 Tools
Heartbreak Blvd. 04:19 Tools
Bonus Track 00:35 Tools
Sex drugs rock n' roll 03:24 Tools
Untitled 00:37 Tools
Carnival Exit 00:37 Tools
Sex Drugs Rock N Roll 00:00 Tools
53rd And 3rd (Ramones Cover) 02:48 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - Free 00:00 Tools
Search And Destroy (Iggy Pop And The Stooges) 03:29 Tools
Sex Drugs Rock 'n' Roll 03:03 Tools
Sex, Drugs, Rock n' Roll 03:24 Tools
53rd And 3rd (The Ramones) 02:48 Tools
Hidden track 00:37 Tools
I'm Your LoveI'm Your Love 04:53 Tools
[Untitled] 00:37 Tools
Violent New 03:46 Tools
I dont care 'bout nothin 04:27 Tools
Sex Drugs Rock And Roll 00:37 Tools
[Extra Track] 00:37 Tools
>i'm A Gun 00:37 Tools
Nobody´s Home 00:37 Tools
Liar 00:37 Tools
I´m Your Love 00:37 Tools
Squeezin' Teezin' 04:05 Tools
Sexdrugsandrockn'roll 00:37 Tools
Sex Drugs Rock'n'roll 03:24 Tools
(Extra track) 00:37 Tools
The Bird 03:24 Tools
Sex drugs rock n'roll 03:25 Tools
Don´t Care ´Bout Nothin' 03:24 Tools
Can´t Fool Me 03:25 Tools
Search & Destroy 03:28 Tools
Outro 00:37 Tools
>mOnkEY nEedS 03:25 Tools
>i cOMe iN pEacE 00:37 Tools
>eNemY iN mE 00:37 Tools
Sex Drugs Rock N´ Roll 02:58 Tools
Sex, Drugs, Rock 'N' Roll 03:25 Tools
Sexdrugsrocknroll 02:58 Tools
Dont Care Bout Nothin 04:20 Tools
I´m A Gun 03:25 Tools
Don't Care Bout Nothin 04:20 Tools
shotgun messiah - Bop City 04:20 Tools
Heartbreak Blvd (1991) 04:18 Tools
shotgun messiah - jihad 04:18 Tools 03:29 Tools
Living Without You -Retry 03:29 Tools
02 - Come Down 03:29 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - Shout it Out 04:11 Tools
Im A Gun 03:29 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - Second Coming - 07 - Trouble 04:11 Tools
The Bird (live) 04:11 Tools
Spĺr 10 11:06 Tools
Sex, Drugs, Rock'n'Roll 04:11 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - Revolution 04:11 Tools
05 - Revolution 04:11 Tools
Over Kill 03:02 Tools
Sex Drugs Rock N' Rol 03:24 Tools
The Explorer (Cody) 11:06 Tools
Heartbreak Blvd *[Requested by alwaysrocking]* 11:06 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - I'm A Gun 11:06 Tools
Sex Drugs & Rock N Roll 11:06 Tools
Sex,drugs,rock n' roll 11:06 Tools
Squeezin' Teazin 04:05 Tools
Babylon (live) 04:05 Tools
I Don't Care 'Bout Nothin' 04:24 Tools
07 - Rain 04:24 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - Heartbreak Blvd 04:24 Tools
Babylon (New York Dolls Cover) 04:24 Tools
04 - Enemy In Me 04:24 Tools
Sexdrugsrockn' Roll 04:24 Tools
08 - Jihad 04:24 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - I Want More 04:24 Tools
Shotgun Messiah - Babylon 04:24 Tools
Sex, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll 04:24 Tools
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First Era, 1985-1991 The band previously went under the name "Kingpin" while they played in Sweden, recording the album "Welcome To Bop City" the line-up featured Zinny J. Zan (vocals), Tim Skold going by "Tim Tim" (bass), Harry Cody (guitar) and Stixx Galore (drums). This would become the original line-up of Shotgun Messiah as the band changed their name and relocated to Los Angeles, California hungry for more success. The album they released under the Kingpin name was re-recorded and released as Shotgun Messiah's self-titled, debut album. The style of this album was Glam metal typical of early 1980s American bands, in the vein of Mötley Crüe and Ratt. Second Era, 1991-1993 Soon after this, frontman Zinny J. Zan departed, leaving Tim Skold to take over vocal duties for the band, Shotgun Messiah drafted in American bassist, Bobby Lycan to fill Tim's former position. This would prove to be the bands most successful era. In 1991, the bands follow up album "Second Coming" was released, spawning their most famous hit "Heartbreak Blvd". Stylistically, due to Skold's less conventional singing style, this era saw the band playing Sleaze Glam styled Hard rock, closer to Guns N' Roses and Faster Pussycat than their previous effort. A punk rock influence was prevalent during this period. The band released an E.P. "I Want More", featuring cover versions of songs by the Ramones, the Stooges and the New York Dolls, during this time, they were also known to cover the Sex Pistols live. Third Era, 1993 1993 proved to be the final year for the band, Harry Cody and Tim Skold were left as the only members of Shotgun Messiah, and created what would be the last Shotgun Messiah album "Violent New Breed", this album is significantly different from the previous efforts as it focussed heavily on Industrial rock stylings, bringing in live players for the Violent New Breed tour. Soon after the band split permanently, citing artistic differences as the reason. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.