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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Bad Reputation
Catalog Number: BAD091201
Keith Pickens Drums, Backing Vocals|
Michael Hannon Lead Vocals, Bass
Steve Theado Guitars, Backing Vocals
|1. ||Just One More |
|2. ||Cat Has Got You By the Tongue |
|3. ||Drivin' Down the Sidewalk |
|4. ||Mean |
|5. ||Boozehound |
|6. ||Gonna Stop Drinkin' Tomorrow |
|7. ||Mine All Mine |
|8. ||This Ain't the Summer of Love |
|9. ||Sunshine/Moonshine |
|10. ||Ain't Dead Yet |
|11. ||Motherfucker Europe Bonus Track |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 15, 2010 at 19:47|
|The sound here is immediately familiar if you've been following the band since the first album, as I have. It's heavy like Hard, bluesy like Scars-N-Bars, and obsessed with alcohol and loose women like the early stuff. The structures are simpler and more blues-based, and the lyrics seem a little sparse, but that just leaves more room for guitar jamming. The one surprise is the mandolin- and-slide guitar-laced "Sunshine/Moonshine," adding a weird, Jimmy Buffett-like summertime vibe. I'd put Mean right up there as a perfect companion to Hard, as the two together are my favorite American Dog releases. I don't think "Motherfucker" is a Euro bonus though. But stick around for the last twenty seconds, as the boys break into a silly, profane, doo-woppy finger-snapping outro you'll want to sing all day.
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