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by 60 Second Crush

Bad-ass high octane Detroit rock.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sister Suicide
4:33 $0.99
2. What's On Your Mind
2:46 $0.99
3. Trash Talk
2:20 $0.99
4. Everyday Girl
2:52 $0.99
5. Why Ask Why
2:55 $0.99
6. Writing On The Wall
2:44 $0.99
7. Goldigga
2:27 $0.99
8. Destructive
3:42 $0.99
9. Without You
2:04 $0.99
10. Throw It Away
1:45 $0.99
11. Be With Me
1:15 $0.99
12. Fading Away
2:26 $0.99
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Album Notes
Detroit rock band, 60 Second Crush, cranks out a lethal mix of killer guitar crunch, thumpin' grooves and balls-out punk intensity. It's a sonic assault that makes you dance, sweat and raise your middle finger in salute to music that's Detroit's great rock and roll tradition. 60 Second Crush's revved up sound and full-throttle stage show has won over national and local audiences alike, while earning the band critical accolades.

With smokin' showcases at the prestigious SXSW Music Conference, and a rollicking live show at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame under their belt 60 Second Crush is currently touring in support of their new CD "Scratch" (Aural Pleasure Records). Recently, their single "Sister Suicide" was featured in the Sci Fi Channels' "Hulk: The Low Down." In April 2004, 60 Second Crush were also honored with a "Best Hard Rock" nomination in the Detroit Music Awards.

The Crush is a rock and roll workhorse: writing, recording and doing what the band loves best - playing live. The band toured extensively as the opening act for platinum sellers (and hometown heroes) Sponge. 60 Second Crush also toured Europe twice - even netting the headlining slot at the "Free and Easy Festival" in Munich, Germany.

Back at home in Detroit - 60 Second has opened for a staggering array of national artists including Buck Cherry, Fingereleven, VAST, 12 Rounds, Thrill Kill Kult, Corey Glover, The Amazing Crowns, Marky Ramone and the Impotent Sea Snakes. Despite being tour support for bands of such different genres - 60 Second Crush has always risen to the occasion and simply put, kicked ass!



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Lucky Monkey Tattoo Parlour

Cult meets Crunch for Aural Assault!
If you like your rock hard with urgent melodies - 60 Second Crush is for you. "Scratch" sounds like The Cult's Ian Ashbuy backed by Rage Against the Machine. This is Detroit rock at it's coolest!


this cd rocks
this is an awesome cd, got my copy of it a while ago and listen to it non-stop. I understand there has been a line up change in the band and it sounds great, same as ever! Rock on! I look forward to hearing more music from this band!

Real Detroit Weekly

No Holds-Barred Rock and Roll!
Like the powerful onslaught of heavy riffs and cranked-up rawk known of their high-energy live performances, 60 Second Crush's sound smacks through like a wicked slap in the face on their latest CD "Scratch." The 12-song collection is straight pp, no holds-barred rock 'n' roll - little gimmick and very little room for the weak. Soaring guitars, a pounding rhythm secion, and Tom Harman's intense vocal delivery all fits together nicely to make this one of Detroit's premiere local powerhouses. "Sister Suicide" opens the album with a slower more psychedelic vibe; but soon the groove gets more hardcore, resulting in a wicked collection of punishing alternative rock. Scratch is a scorching album filled with gigantic riffs, blasing energy and bone-cracking confidence.

REASON TO BUY: You pride yourself with a CD collection composed of blasting, bruising, merciless rock'n'roll.
B.J. Hammerstein, Real Detroit Weekly, March 2002

The South End

Dirty Crunchy Rock!
Dirty, crunchy rock meets slick production on 60 Second Crush’s latest album, Scratch, which is destined to set the standard of rock in this city for some time to come. This CD is full of heavy riff intros, breakdowns in the middle and climaxes at the end of every song, kind of like good sex.

An autobiographical album, all 12 songs relate to love, broken relationships and broken friendships. The highlights here are “What’s On Your Mind,” “Everyday Girl” and “Fading Away” the great unorthodox tempos in the first two as well as a cool tribal intro in “Writing On The Wall.”

Overall, though, this band seriously kicks ass! If
you’re tired of the White Stripes, Kid Rock, or geriatric has-beens like Ted Nugent representing where you’re coming from, then check out 60 Second Crush’s Scratch and find out what Detroit’s sound used to be about: solid rock ‘n’ roll.


"why ask why" is great!