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Artist: Junkyard

Title: High Water

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Category: Bluesy Hard Rock

Year: 2017

Label: Acetate Records

Catalog Number: ATE7052

Personnel

David Roach vocals
Jimmy James guitar
Patrick Muzingo drums
Tim Mosher guitar
Todd Muscat bass

Tracks

1.  Walk Away  
2.  Faded  
3.  Cut from the Same Cloth  
4.  Styrofoam Cup  
5.  Hellbound  
6.  W.F.L.W.F.  
7.  Don't Give a Damn  
8.  Hell Or High Water  
9.  Wallet  
10.  'til the Wheels Fall Off  
11.  Kindness To the Dead  
12.  The River Bonus Track  
13.  Rome Is Burning Bonus Track  
14.  Don't Give a Damn Acoustic Bonus Track  
15.  Styrofoam Cup Acoustic Bonus Track  
16.  Wallet Live Bonus Track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: i****i Date: April 23, 2017 at 15:17
This CD isn't the old Junkyard we knew. I say avoid. IMHO..

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 23, 2017 at 22:44
Junkyard's debut is on my short list of late-'80's hair-era overlooked classics. Just love that disc. Everything else they've done has been at least enjoyable. So here, a quarter century after their last proper full-length studio album, we have eleven new Junkyard songs (due to a screwup with the printing of the limited edition, I don't have the bonus tracks yet). Honestly, High Water sounds about like I expected it would. Songs like "Walk Away" and "Wallet" try for that punky, uptempo "Life Sentence" feel, while most other songs remind more of the more laid-back feel of Sixes, Sevens and Nines, ratheer than the nitro-fueled debut. All the songs are good, but nothing is as indelible as "Blooze," "Hot Rod," "Hollywood," etc. And that's all right--the band never promised us a carbon copy of the first album. Instead, it sounds like what you would expect Junkyard to sound like at age 50. For a style as seemingly limited as theirs, there is surprising diversity among the songs, from almost

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 23, 2017 at 22:49
... Stonesy rockers like "Cut From The Same Cloth" and "Styrofoam Cup," to a couple more AC/DC-ish songs like 'Faded" and "Kindness To The Dead,", to the aforementioned punked-up tracks, and a few southern-fried touches here and there (most notably "Don't Give A Damn," which hardcore fans will remember in a different form from the XXX demo compilation). "We Fuck Like We Fight" is a classic, snide Junkyard relationship song, David bitching about his girl being glued to her iPhone--and somehow not coming off like a desperate plea for relevance like some oldeer artists who throw around the latest tech terminology to try and seem hip. So--after listening all weekend to not only this, but also the new Rhino Bucket and Broken Teeth releases (all released Friday), High Water is a good, satisfying, but not quite great album.


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