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Category: Southern Rock
Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: PER4892
|1.||Mississippi Delta Blues||Listen|
|2.||Warm Beer Catfish Stew||Listen|
|3.||The Devils Road||Listen|
|5.||The Last Song||Listen|
|6.||Mams Kitchen Brew||Listen|
|8.||Turn Me Around||Listen|
|10.||The American Train||Listen|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 14, 2014 at 19:32|
|Remember how, back in about 1990, it used to be The Thing for hair-bands to pretend they wre southern-rockers? Everybody from Cinderella and Tesla, on down to to Tattoo Rodeo, Tangier, Graveyard Train, and I could go on for hours, but everybody was twangin' it up and throwin' down southern-style, possibly in an effort to distinguish themselves from the fourth-tier Crue/Poison clones cloting the Sunset Strip. You remember now, right? So that's what this is, Moonshine basically being Babylon A.D. pretending to be Molly Hatchet. As with most of these types of affairs, the songs are good, the production is too polished to sound like anything but hair-mtal, and the whole idea is pretty hokey and contrived ("Southern Blood," a Civil War song from the perspective of a young Confederate?). It's a pleasant listen, but nothing earth-shattering or really even al that memorable. When done wel, this stuff is great, but it's so easy to be forgettable.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 14, 2014 at 20:19|
|I mean, it goes right along with the utterly generic band name. "Moonshine." Wow.|
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