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Track List:

Killer Diller
The Hangmans Noose
Smalltime Casanova
I'm Shook
Jack Rabbit Slim
Killer Dilla
Western Satr (2011)
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Possible Styles: rockabilly
Submitted by: rockinev.
Publication date - 05 May 2011

A short sharp stab of rockabilly adrenaline is delivered with this 4 track EP from one of the top rockin bands on the scene.

Their last full length CD saw JRS edge into the more indie sound taking rockabilly into unchartered territory for a while, no bad thing, but this sees them back to their trademark sleazy form of rockabilly with a solid sound that really delivers.

The title track is a full throttle rocker with a heavy drum beat and piano backing with excellent guitar breaks, true 'sleaze'.

The Hangmans Noose is my pick of the four, more fifties influenced this should encourage the boppers to take to the dance floors of the clubs.

Smalltime Casanova has a more full sound to it, a heavy rocker that rumbles through your speakers and vibrates the floor boards.

I'm Shook is the shortest track here with a great piano provided by guest Alan Wilson acompanying the tight sound of the band perfectly.

Darren's guitar solos are as usual sparkling, the bass of Landon and Paul's drums provide a solid backing with Bob's vocals in fine form.

Released on limited edition 7 inch vinyl or available to download this is a great piece of modern rockin.

Rockin Nev

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