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Artist: The Wild!

Title: Still Believe In Rock And Roll

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2020

Label: eOne

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Personnel

Dylan Villain vocals, lead guitar
Boozus bass, vocals
The Kid guitars, backing vocals
Crash Anderson drums

Tracks

1.  Bad News  
2.  Crazy (For You)  
3.  Nothing Good Comes Easy  
4.  High Speed  
5.  King Of This Town  
6.  Still Believe In Rock And Roll  
7.  Playing With Fire  
8.  Young Rebels  
9.  Goin' To Hell  
10.  Gasoline  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 2, 2020 at 19:14
The Wild! return, exclamation point intact, three years after Wild At Heart. Their sound hasn't changed much, and why should it? These guys were always a little more Rose Tattoo than AC/DC, and that continues here with many uptempo songs. Those mnments from the last album where Dylan Villain used this pained and painful, nasal croon are thankofly gone (see the intro of "Six Six Six" and the entirety of "Run Home"), so in that way, the new record is an improvement. The guy is kind of irritating in interviews though, pretending his lyrics are deeper than they appear, and acting all coy when asked to explain, especially with regard to drugs and crime. (He did explain the line about the time he "saw a kid shoot dope in Sault Sainte Marie though.) But then, Axl Rose used to do that a lot, too.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 2, 2020 at 19:19
In any event, the music is good, dirty, degenerate fun. It's familiar in a good way: you'll wonder where you heard chorusesome like "Nothing Good Comes Easy" before. The new drummer matters not a bit.

From: Tollitiger Date: October 9, 2020 at 20:40
The Wild! Returns with another Great Album with straight in your Face Rock and Roll


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