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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Armageddon Music
Catalog Number: AMG 059-2
|1.||Black Eyed Bruiser||3:31|
|3.||Once in a Lifetime||4:44|
|7.||Man About Town||3:18|
|10.||Nothing to Lose||3:26|
|Total Running Time:||41:02|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: April 13, 2013 at 8:00|
|Even though this band has been around since the Jurassic Era, I've never really been that hip to them. They were always featured in the rock magazines of my youth (like Kerrang!) as a big time band (a lot of the hype revolving around the novelty of Angry Anderson, the tattooed lilliputian front man), yet everything I'd actually heard was pretty much backseat AC/DC-type pub rock with a Rolling Stones influence, like a less energetic Angels (Angel City in the U.S.) But lemme tell you: start-to-finish, this album ROCKS. To my ears, these guys have only gotten better with age (which is more than can be said of AC/DC). Solid, well-crafted hard rock with an infusion of whiskey blues (amplified by the slide guitar of Dai Pritchard) to keep it sufficiently dirty. Anderson sounds great, even if more subdued than his younger, angrier self. This has found a spot of heavy rotation in my collection over the past couple weeks, not a bad track on it. Wish they'd make more albums like it. 95 / 100|
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