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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 17, 2019 at 22:48|
|After being a bit disappointed by the last album, Generation Me, I'm digging this latest from the Treatment. Tom Rampton makes his debut as the band's third singer, and reminds more of Matt Jones, their original vocalist on the first two records, with a little bit of a higher-pitched Josh Todd thing going on as well. His voice perfectly fits the music, which is s still the revved-up-but-melodic, AC/DC offshoot. There are a couple slower bluesy tracks, but no ballads, and not an acoustic or "clean" guitar in sight on the album proper. Power Crazy is easily on a par with This Might Hurt, but I still think Running With The Dogs is their best release so far. Favorite songs here are "Let's Get Dirty," "Rising Power" (not an AC/DC cover), "On The Money," "Hang Them High" and "Laying It Down," but there's reallly nothing bad here, except the two bonus tracks, which are unplugged versions of "Let's Get Dirty" and 'Bite Back." Neither song works especially well in that context, but oh well.
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