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SANDRA DEE "Visions of Pain"

The saying goes, what’s in a name?  Well, when that name is Sandra Dee, what’s in it is some cranking hard rock and street-mean metal that will slam your ears, kick your ass, and leave you begging for more.  Chicago’s Sandra Dee, forced to make a split second decision on a band name, randomly plucked a snippet from Motley Crue's “Come on and Dance” and said, “What the hell, that’s our name!”  As far as these rockers were concerned, what mattered most was the music.  They cohesively subscribed to the philosophy that it’s better to be a great band with an average name than an average band with a great name.  The band hails the “Pain Sessions” as their favorite studio recordings, which feature enormous, thick, dark, and heavy guitars, with massive melodic hooks.

Read more about Sandra Dee and check-out Visions of Pain in the Rockshop.

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