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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: December 18, 2018 at 21:29|
|The only bad thing about this disc is that it's only seven songs. What, you couldn't come up with three more to make a full album? A pretty nice criticism to have, really. This is deceptively simple, power-chord, blues-dipped, punk-injected rock 'n' roll, something like what Buckcherry have always been aiming for but can never reach. I'm also reminded of a band like Snew, only with the higher caliber hooks Snew lacked. Jackyl, American Dog, Junkyard, Dirty Looks, Rhino Bucket, and all those other gutter-dwelling dirtballs all feature inThe Wild!'s sound to varying degrees. The only letup comes with the slow blooze of "What About You," whose lyrics are a bit ridiculous, yes ("Every woan wants a mister, every man just wants somethin' to screw"), but on the whole, the EP makes you want to drink whiskey and drive fast.
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