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Catalog Number: ATE-7016
|2.||Sleepin' On The Floor||3:27|
|5.||Can't Stop That Train||4:22|
|6.||Here She Comes||2:35|
|7.||She's A Drug||3:02|
|8.||Never Go Home||2:09|
|9.||Yes I Do||5:36|
|11.||Citadel||3:28||Cover: Rolling Stones|
|13.||I Just Wanna Feel Good||5:47|
|Total Running Time:||44:14|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: June 20, 2017 at 19:50|
|I'm of two minds about this band. I love my rock 'n' roll dirty, and some cowpunk influence is usually just fine with me. So on paper, the Hangmen should be my kinda band. But then I put on their actual music, and oftentimes I'm underwhelmed. A lot of the songs just don't stick in my head, and they aren't helped by Bryan Small's nasal, not very tuneful voice. I know these are supposed to be hard-luck tales from a true hard-luck band, the musical accompaniment to one of John Gilmore's books about the dark side of L.A., and so the songs don't have the exuberance and fun of, say, the Supersuckers. But there's also a lack of really memorable riffs to go along with the simplistic nature of the songs, and Smalll isn't always the most compelling lyriccist either. Maybe these guys are better live. From this disc, the rockers "Blood Red," "Get It," and "Wild Beast" are good, along with the more countrified "Sleeping On The Floor," "She's A Drug" and "Yes I Do."|
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