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Artist: Circus of Power

Title: Four

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2017

Label: Noize in the Attic Records

Catalog Number: NITA 001

Personnel

Alex Mitchell vocals
Ricky Beck Mahler guitar
Gary Sunshine bass
Brant Bjork drums

Tracks

1.  Fast And Easy  
2.  Hard Driven Sister  
3.  Rock Show  
4.  Princess of Mars  
5.  Half a Dozen Roses  
6.  Sin City Boogie  
7.  American Monster  
8.  See The Sun  
9.  Flying Into L.A.  
10.  Hot Rod Girls  
11.  Love Sick Blues  
12.  The Tea Song  
13.  Blood At Standing Rock  
14.  Come Git Some  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 3, 2018 at 17:27
The good news is that, after nearly a quarter-century recording hiatus, Circus Of Power sounds exactly like the band that made their cult biker-metal classic debut in 1988. Why not? It's three of the same four guys, and the only difference is a definite upgrade on drums, in the form of the great Brant Bjork, who should need no introduction. This is also the bad news. Because while nearly every song sounds great blasting while you drive or drink, there's still that inconsistency that the band has always struggled with as far as writing truly memorable songs. The band and their sound have aged very well over the years, but a lot of the individual songs have always been pretty workmanlike, and that includes their much-revered debut. Highlights here are "Hard Drivin' Sister," "American Monster" (both released as singles/videos well before the album's release), as well as "Fast & Easy," "Half A Dozen Roses," the aptly-named "Sin City Boogie" and the similar "Love Sick Blues," ...

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 3, 2018 at 17:31
... to the more Stooges/MC5-like "Rock Show' or "Come Git Some," and even the mellower "Princess Of Mars." The biggest improvement is in production: the disc sounds fuckin' great, as it should in 2017. I would love to hear what the first album would have sounded like with this quality job. The guitars roar like Harley engines, the bass is phat, the drums pound. This disc is a lot of fun while it's playing, but as has been the case with this band, a little hard to recall specific songs when it's over.


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