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|From: juan carlos
||Date: August 7, 2010 at 14:19|
|Average and typical HardRock, nothing new to offer. Next. 7/10
||Date: January 9, 2011 at 11:10|
|Personally, I would rather be kicked in the cajones by steel-toed boots than listen to this kind of throwback late 70s/early 80s-inspired wah-wah hard rock. Not even Dennis Ward's always-stellar production can save this sort of boogie-woogie rock 'n' roll that incorporates a thumping organ and female backing vocals to give things that retro sound. This is the kind of band you'd expect to find playing at some backwoods roadhouse where the lot is full of oversized 4x4 trucks with silhouettes of naked women on the mudflaps parked next to primer-spackled Camaros with fuzzy dice dangling from the rearview mirrors.
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