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||Date: August 22, 2019 at 1:52|
|This band was on borrowed time with their debut in (1992) on the tail of the tail end of pre-grunge. Then after 21 years of silence until (2013) when the band released 3 albums simultaneously of old unreleased (so/so material. Now it's 27 years since their debut, and since this album is self titled does that mean the dreaded "rediscovered" our style applies? O yess (Don't Want Some) This all new material release has nothing in common with 80's MHR/Glam style, except the band name. I saw a review of Poole's vocals that sums its up."Ruff and gruff, raw and raspy, a mouthful of street cinders washed down by bottom shelf Kentucky bourbon." This is a heavy modern rock tinged album that is also bottom shelf IMO, and should have been released under a different band name. ROXY BLUE - Rockstar Junkie (2019) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcbUDXw8euM
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