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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 15, 2010 at 19:28|
|Well, this is only Broken Teeth's third full-length studio album, and easily their hardest-rocking. Only one song, "Break The Spell" is less than full-throttle, and it's not that much less. Sure, it's AC/DC worship, but it's cranked up to a level of intensity that the brothers Young only rarely achieved (think "Rocker" or "Beatin' Around The Bush"). That said, some of the fastest songs here tend to blur together, leaving the (slightly) less frantic tunes like "Exploder," "Twister," "Bullet" and "Big Spender" as the standouts. But don't ignore the killer chorus in 'Dressin' Up In Flames," or the infectious energy of "Spitting Nails," or McMaster's nearly throat-blowing performance on "Get Outta Here Alive."
||Date: March 19, 2010 at 16:39|
|lets say if Bon Scott was still alive he be so proud of Jason McMaster, for keeping that Sleeze sound alive. This is no polished down rock like some seem to like. it is just loud dirty down sleeze that is right in your face Rock. P.S For Most users who listen to alot of AOR This cd is not for you. lol
|From: juan carlos
||Date: March 30, 2010 at 17:19|
|Good Hard Rock, no more no less, "Break the Spell" is my fav track. 7.8/10
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