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Album: Purple - Single

Artist: Pop Evil

  • Genre: Hard Rock
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Entertainment One U.S., LP

Tracklist For Purple - Single By Artist Pop Evil

Title Artist Time
Purple Pop Evil 4:04 USD 1.29

Reviews For Purple - Single By Artist Pop Evil

  • Love it

    By Franchise275
    This is a great song, by a great band! The most down to earth and fan friendly Band I have been blessed to meet! Buy it!
  • This isn't new people...

    By M3TAL H3AD 001
    It's on the war of angels album that came out last year. Good song though!
  • This song is not bad!

    By TheDreddPirate
    This is a great song by a great band. I'm glad that they released it as a single. Pop Evil rules live too! @CoryBuss I have no idea what you are talking about because this song is off their 2011 record War of Angels. So stating this song is "10 steps back" and "the only bad song on the new record", is confusing. You might want to actually listen to the record before hating on the band.
  • OK...

    By R.E.I.
    Its ok, not nearly a terrible song... however, it is one of their worst... nowhere near as good as anything from their last album... i have a feeling that this might be another "Monster You Made" in the sens that it may be that slow and soft first single, and then the rest of the album pumps you up... like "Boss's Daughter" is just an amazing pump up song.... how can you not go crazy from hearing Mick Mars rip that solo at the end... Pop Evil's gotta get back to that level and theiy'll be all set!

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