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Shock Cinema CD release

With Code 14 and Cherry Monroe. 9 p.m. Saturday, November 27, $5, 21 and over/$8, 18-20. The Hi-Fi Club, 11729 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, 216-521-8878.

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Shock Cinema
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The members of Shock Cinema describe themselves as legendary; they also describe themselves as jackasses. Both are minor exaggerations, but we'd be remiss not to bring the glam-metal band's one-night reunion to your attention. The Shockers are reforming to commemorate the release of their third disc, F'd. The technically new tunes were recorded in 2002, shortly before the band scattered. The Cleveland group has opened for Poison and L.A. Guns, so get ready to party like it's 1988.

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