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Sweet Sixteen - Cactus (3) - Restrictions (CD, Album)

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  1. Restrictions is the third album by American hard rock band Cactus, released in on the Atco label. The album tracks "Token Chokin'", "Evil", "Alaska" and "Sweet 16" were all released as singles. The album features heavy blues-rock originals, with a cover of the Howlin' Wolf blues standard " Evil ".
  2. The third installment in the vibrant discography of the original Cactus, “Restrictions” delivers the band’s signature mix of strong, self-penned scorchers, loose-limbed springboards for live jams, and re-tooled blues covers (just one this time, a monster version of Chester Burnett’s “Evil”).
  3. Mean Night Cleveland Lyrics. Cactus - Mean Night Cleveland Lyrics. Artist: Cactus Album: Restrictions Genre: Blues Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight.
  4. Song / Artist / Album 1) Feels So Good / Cactus / Cactus 2) Feels So Bad / Cactus / One Way Or Another 3) Big Mama Boogie Parts 1 & 2 / Cactus / One Way Or Another Sweet Sixteen / Cactus / Restrictions 12) Black Cat Moan / Beck,Bogart & Appice / Live 13) Boogie / Beck,Bogart & Appice / Live 14) Morning Dew / Beck,Bogart & Appice / Live.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Restrictions/ 'Ot N' Sweaty - Cactus on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Restrictions/ 'Ot N' Sweaty - Cactus on AllMusic - Sweet Sixteen. Appice / Tim Bogert / Jim McCarty. Cactus. Amazon: 7: Bag Drag. Jim.
  6. Restrictions is the third album by American hard rock band Cactus, released in on the Atco label. "Token Chokin'" was issued as a single, as were "That's Evil", "Alaska" and "Sweet 16". The album features heavy blues-rock originals, with a cover of the Howlin' Wolf blues standard "That's Evil"/5(5).
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  8. Songs like "Evil" and "Sweet Little Sixteen" are all scorching guitars and long-haired riffing. It's a testament to the blues-inspired power they could surely muster up onstage. Other tracks seem to fall apart like the opener, "Restrictions," and "Guiltless Glider," which starts off thick and heavy á la Blue Oyster Cult's "Godzilla," but goes 4/