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Artist: Rhino Bucket

Title: The Hardest Town

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Category: 80's Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Acetate Records

Catalog Number: 7037


Simon Wright drums
Brian Forsythe guitar
Reeve Downes bass
Georg Dolvio vocals, guitar


1.  The Hardest Town  4:01
2.  Justified  4:27
3.  Know My Name  3:44
4.  Dog Don’t Bite  5:37
5.  No One Here  3:40
6.  Street to Street  3:51
7.  Take Me Down  3:23
8.  She’s With Me  4:10
9.  You’re Gone  3:02
10.  To Be Mine  5:20
11.  Slip Away Bonus Track  3:36
12.  Total Running Time  44:52
Total Running Time:  89:43

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: December 8, 2009 at 13:53
After the band's triumphant return on And Then It Got Ugly, The Hardest Town is only a little disappointing. It's the same L.A. gutter-dwelling AC/DC-like boogie-rock the Bucket always delivers, but there's a bit of a change, maybe more in spirit. Toward the end of the disc, the songs seem to be a bit moodier, and loneliness and alienation seem to be explored a lot on songs like "No One Here," "You're Gone," "To Be Mine" and "Slippin' Away." Also, Georg sings more than he yells, so we get even more of that strange, almost Tom Petty-like croon. Classic Rhino Bucket moments still appear in the title track, "Justified," "Know My Name," "Street To Street" and "She's With Me." Obviously, that "track 12" above is a mistake. There is a bonus track, by download only, so it's not a part of the CD itself. It's a cover of "Vision Thing" by Sisters Of Mercy.

From: Doug Date: July 19, 2010 at 13:38
Agree with Doghouse. Not that this is a bad release, it's pretty much just the same 'ol from these guys.

From: pie75 Date: August 5, 2010 at 4:56
i agree with doghouse a bit about this it does sound a little moodier towards the end i haven't heard and then it got ugly yet apart from welcome to hell i would say it's on par with pain but i like the title track,justified,know my name,dog don't bite,street to street and she's with me i will have and then it got ugly soon keep riding rhino bucket hey doghouse have you heard aussie band airbourne? check them out if you haven't and let me know what you think start with the first release runnin' wild i think you might like them cheers guys

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 6, 2010 at 10:41
Yeah man, I like Airbourne a lot. I bought both their CD's when they were first released. The whole AC/DC, "three chords and a cloud of dust" (to quote Georg Dolivo) formula is one of my favorite styles, whether it be the original, or Rhino Bucket, Broken Teeth, Airbourne or whoever. And I think you'll really like And Then It Got Ugly.

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