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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Nuthing Sacred
Catalog Number: NS-001
|4.||You Need Rock||3:47|
|5.||Too Much Money||4:16|
|6.||Fat Lady With a Gun||7:29|
|Total Running Time:||43:39|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: February 15, 2017 at 1:18|
|Mojo Rib are a little hard to classify. You could take the easy way out and lump them in with the likes of Buckcherry, L.A.-bred modern-retro rock. But these guys were more '70's than '80's. It's the sort of music that could be thrown in with the rootsy punk of Supersuckers, Nashville Pussy, maybe even the Hangmen (but less downtrodden and filthy). I even hear a bit of the Four Horsemen. The vibe is uptempo and fun, and the singer has a rapid-fire, hyperactive delivery, lots of wordplay, lots of exuberant yipping and yowling. Production is purposely raw, in a just-plug-in-and-jam kind of way--it suits the music. Highlights include "Lowlife," "Kalifornia Kingsnake," "Too Much Money," "Snakebite" and the semi-acoustic story-song "Fat Lady With A Gun." Don't go hitchhiking in the desert, kids. You meet some straaaange people!|
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