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ANDI DERIS AND THE BAD BANKERS - Million Dollar Haircuts On Ten Cent Heads (2-CD Set )

Disc: 1

1. C*ck
2. Will We Ever Change
3. Banker's Delight (Dead Or Alive)
4. Blind
5. Don t Listen To The Radio (TWOTW 1938)
6. Who Am I
7. Must Be Dreaming
8. The Last Days Of Rain
9. Enamoria 1.8
10. This Could Go On Forever
11. I Sing Myself Away

Disc: 2

1. Behind Dead Eyes (unreleased demo track)
2. Little Lies (unreleased demo track)
3. TWOTW 1938 (Don't Listen To The Radio /unreleased demo version)
4. Must Be Dreaming (unreleased demo version)
5. EnAmoria (unreleased demo version)

Andi Deris is a name that stands by itself. Being the lead singer of one of the greatest and most popular heavy metal bands worldwide, Helloween,
there is not much too add when it comes to Andi Deris musical achievements.
Now, Andi Deris returns with his first solo album since 1999. Not so much a solo effort in its original sense but recorded in a band environment to achieve a real band feeling.

Written and composed by Andi Deris himself, Million Dollar Haircuts On Ten Cent Heads has a crispy, modern sound to it. The diverse, high class
production is snotty, dirty and brutally honest. A healthy mixture of the recent sounding Helloween records combined with Master Of The Rings
tradition (Andiīs first Helloween fronted album) and it features some extra ordinary Hendrix-like guitar sounds.

Recorded together with his band Bad Bankers, Andi Deris criticises the grievances of the economic system and its corruption. Although the topic
may seem a bit dull, the heavy guitar riffs and Andi Deris recognizable voice clearly make a point: f*** banks, managers and bankers
Explains Andi Deris: "Obviously we despise everything around banks, managers and bankers who are clearly responsible for the sh*t that goes on
nowadays (and most certainly in our future), so it felt very good to vocally tell them what we think about them. Sure, therefore itīs highly explicit but
hey... who gives a f***. That's what they deserve... and it helps the music to really kick some ass. "

Who would have thought that a bank crisis could result in something like this?