Frankenstein 3000 Drops Video For The Runaways “California Paradise”

Asbury Hard-Rock outfit Frankenstein 3000 has released a music video for “California Paradise,” a contribution the band made to Take It Or Leave It – A Tribute To The Queens Of Noise: The Runaways, a two-disc, 36-track compilation album, set to be released by Main Man Records, the creation of the band’s front-man Keith Roth.

For more information on this musical collection check out the recent story published by SIMGE here…but for now:

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One Response to Frankenstein 3000 Drops Video For The Runaways “California Paradise”

  1. Johnny says:

    This ughh guys, is a terrible mutilation of a great Glampunk song. Where is the rythm guitar you took it out? No bounce here like in the original, this is not a metal song, it should not drag like a Sabbath song does, and I do not think, Lita would have liked the Van Halen style you did in her solo, even the solo is wrong. Overall beat Way to slow, no bounce, rythm, solo not right, vocals to deep, no what a nightmare, well it is not all bad, you do a better version than say Rush or Metallica or Van Halen would do, I will give you that, but redo it, listen to the live versions, they grind, they groove, they make ya wanna move.

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