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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Mighty Loud Records
Catalog Number: MLE1602
|3.||All Night Rodeo|
|4.||Ahead of My Time|
|5.||Just Because I'm Drunk|
|6.||Everyone's a Winner|
|8.||Hammer To the Head|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 29, 2016 at 19:13|
|ROWYCO falls somewhere in the middle of the Jackyl catalog. It's not as bad as the last album, Best In Show, for example. But it's not as good as When Moonshine And Dynamite Collide, and it's certainly nowhere near the debut. The good songs are "Blast Off" (why it's not the first track instead of the last, I don't know), "Rally" and especially "All Night Rodeo." Most other songs are all right, but don't jump out and grab you either, and the chest-thumping and bragging in "Crazy" and "Limpdick" seem a little too bellligerent to be fun (a la the general feel on Cut The Crap). The cover of Hot Chocolate's '70's R&B hit "Everyone's A Star" is surprisingly unfunky as well. And then Jesse revives his warbly Janis Joplin impression for "Just Because I'm Drunk," a lamebrained "country song" as he likes to call them. "Hammer To The Head" isn't as willfully stupid, but it's another ass-dragging slow number in the style this band just doesn't do well. The title is an acronym for "rock out with yo|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 29, 2016 at 19:16|
|... "Rock out with your cock out," for those who hadn't already figured it out. In the end, parts of this album remind me why I like Jackyl, but other parts remind me why I don't like them as much as I used to.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: September 4, 2016 at 13:47|
|Listening again, just to make sure I missed some hidden greatness the first couple times. Nope. At one point, Dupree sings "I'm crazy! I'm an asshole! But you can't get enough of me!" No Jess, more and more what you are is boring. But thanks for not rhyming "cocaine" and "insane" yet again.|
|From: nobycane74||Date: January 28, 2017 at 15:57|
|JACKYL certainly has their faithful fanbase because they keep releasing albums. IMO, they have really changed since their debut, "Cut the Crap" and "Relentless" albums - but I keep supporting them and buying their albums...much like AC/DC fans do with their releases. This isn't nothing new nor different...not the best, certainly not the worst they have released. Cannot say that this a memorable album by any means, because they keep finding ways to make the weirdest rock albums...but its Jackyl right? HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #2, 4, 5, 6, 10. MY RATING: 70/100|
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