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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 12, 2016 at 22:32|
|Call it party grunge, if you want. Wilson sounds like what a bunch of today's frat boys think '80's rock sounded like without having actually heard much of it. The attitude is beer-swilling, ass-grabbing tomfoolery, but the actual sound is downtuned and muddy and just kinda "there." Let's face it, this music is made by and for a generation for whom Nickelback is as much a touchstone as Van Halen or Motley Crue. Weirdly, the band that keeps springing to mind as I listen is Soil, in the tone of the vocals and punchy but nondescript guitar style. It's okay, but not nearly as much fun as they want you to think. And man, that band name is bad. Is it a reference to the beach ball in "Castaway?"
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