Submitted by: rockinev
Publication date - 09 April 2013
Presented with a cigarette in the spine of the jewel case you kinda get the idea where this band are going before you put the disc into the slot.
Hold tight because as you start this youíre in for a rip roaring ride through the manic world of the Tumblin Go Goís full on Neo / Pyscobilly.
Full sounding slap with echo, searing guitars and a solid drum backbeat, itís a simple recipe but one that has endless possibilities. You cannot fault the musicianship here at all. However the subject matter will not be for everyone, songs like Maggots, Little Zombie, The Graveyard Train are as pysco as Iíll go to be honest.
But then the band pull right back with the simple Lonely Ranches about a cattle driving cowboy. Buggin Out is a jumping little rockabilly number and the closing I Wanna Move is rocking Neo number that is suddenly interrupted with a druncken phone call and a rendition of Ring of Fire that spurs snapshot of the band playing the said Cash number, an odd way to close a CD, what it does suggest is where this band is rooted, right back where this music came from.