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Category: Modern Southern Rock
|1.||Hold On...To Letting Go|
|3.||Bad Luck And Hard Love|
|4.||Me And Mary Jane|
|8.||Blow My Mind|
|10.||Fiesta Del Fuego|
|12.||Hollywood In Kentucky|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: June 11, 2014 at 22:32|
|I've been waiting for Black Stone Cherry to blow up and give us a consistently good album since the debut, and they finally do it on Magic Mountain. I like this disc a LOT! It's still southern rock viltered through a thick layer of Alice In Chains and Black Label Society, but for the first time, nearly every song is catchy and memorable, even the slower ones. Despite the grunginess of the sound, the songs are able to retain a sense of fun and hope that the lyrics, the live show, and the band themselves, embody. The one stinker is "Hollywood In Kentucky," BSC's version of the insipid "country checklist" song polluting the Nashville machine. Among other things, the boys tell us that incest is preferable to homosexuality, and tell the flat-broke to get a job ... but even then, the song is damn catchy!|
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