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|1.||Enjoy the Ride|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 15, 2013 at 22:04|
|I was way into this band circa 2006. And so, naturally, the began falling apart. Joe Altier left, replaced briefly by another guy named Joe (recording only one single). By the time this disc came out, they were down to a three-piece, and their beefy beer-metal sound had slimmed down considerably. Now they sound much less like BLS Junior, and more like a typical bar-band. Kris Wiechmann's vocals are very average, which doesn't help most songs stand out. I've always liked "Summertime," though, but beyond that, I'm having trouble picking out highlights.|
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