Genre: Hard Rock
Released by: Perris Records
Release date: Out Now!!!
Dee Machado-guitar and backing vocals
Vikki Sparkz -bass
01. Sticks and Stones
02. Failing the Test
03. 20 Years of Moving On
04. Beyond Time
05. Black Lightning
07. Damn the Human Race
08. Every Time I Think About You
09. What’s Her Name Again?
10. Mr. Jack
11. Modern Gods
12. The Sentence
Tell me I’m nostalgic, but I love to listen to a return to 80’s style and this band is absolutely inspired by that decade and they really know how to rock!
Dirty Glory are a Brazilian band very influenced by the American Sleaze/Glam Hard Rock era. The 12 tracks are a kind of dejavù and their style make them so fresh with the right feeling and good that make their debut album damned impressive.
Since the opener “Sticks And Stones”, we know exactly what to expect from the rest of the album, hard rock a gogò, bands like Wasp, Aerosmith, Skid Row and Crue made school for this energetic music style in the whole world.
Almost punk in Guns ‘N’Roses style “20 Years Of Moving On,” that includes, harmonica solo that makes this track bluesy.
The guaranteed power ballad “Every Time I Think About You” reminds us the glory days of the golden sleazy rock.
This CD will not change anything in the music scenes, but it’s a good opportunity to brush up our leather jackets, skin-tight jeans and to backcomb our hairs.
Reviewer: Valeria Campagnale