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Category: Hard Rock / Sleaze
Label: Red Music
Catalog Number: 592447
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: March 27, 2019 at 0:22|
|Twenty years on, Buckcherry continues to prove that, for the most part, they were unworthy of all the hype back in '99. These guys were supposed to be the saviors of RAWK, but they've turned out to have two good (NOT great) albums, the debut and 15, plus a handful of good singles. I don't wawnt to put it all on Keith Nelson, because the last couple releases were pretty dull wit him along, but he did bring a certain something as a guitarist that is missed on Warpaint. I just don't find anything here to get excited about, at all. Buckcherry are for people who get all their music from American FM radio, and I stopped doing that a long time ago. This is just boring.|
|From: Doug||Date: May 7, 2019 at 11:42|
|Yeah, I would rank this in the middle of all their releases. It has some moments, but overall, nothing memorable. I do like Josh Todd as a vocalist, though.|
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