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Track List:

My Guitar
Riff Raff Daddy
Boundless Life
Don't You Dare
Fulltime Jerks
Gamble Maniac
J.o.p Lady
T*ttenf*ck
Eyes Stay Dry
Spoiled Generation
Don't Look Back
Kill Tomcat
777 (triple Seven)
Unleashed
Part (2010)
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Possible Styles: rockabilly, neo
Submitted by: rockinev.
Publication date - 11 November 2011

A brash young band whoís sound owes more to the Ď80ís neo scene and Brian Setzer than the original Ď50ís artists, their mission to bring rockabilly kicking and screaming to a younger audience.

The overall sound is pretty good on this album and it makes fair car radio listening, the opening My Guitar is strong as is Riff Raff Daddy. Itís tracks like Donít you Dare where the Stray Cats influence kind of takes over a little too much.

On the other hand Fulltime Jerks is a great track with great full sounding guitar and pounding slap bass. A ballad in the form of JOP Lady again slows things down from the frantic pace set by the album.

The tracks pound along, fuelled by beer or rocket fuel these guys donít want to let up for the entire set. The album is a fairly good debut, and the songs are all originals which is to their credit.

Rockin Nev

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