The guitars are big and crunchy, the low end laid down by Taylor and Poullian delivers a nice kick without sounding to muddy or booming and of course Justin Hawkins’ signature falsetto is soars above it all.
The animated faces of the Lockhearts’ guitarist and bass player who look like they’ve just won a Kim Thayll look-alike competition
Jimmy Cliff is known for that lyric “I Can See Clearly Now Lorraine Has Gone….”
Camden Rocks – the most tiring but extremely satisfying day – roll on next year and 2 days worth!!!!
Part pop, part indie rock, part punk the best comparison is this the band that would be born if you mixed Richard Ashcroft, Supergrass and the Stray Cats together.
Any band with a track called ‘HEX’ after our UK Editor has to be a good thing!
This sounds so good that if it doesn’t become an example of a modern metal masterpiece then I shall start listening to Justin Beiber
‘The Real Deal’ really smacks of a southern blues version of old time Whitesnake …..simply glorious and probably my favourite from the whole album.
When you see guest artists such as Steve Morse, Albert Lee and Steve Vai listed together on one release its got to be something monumental right?
First impressions of this album are pretty good being previously unfamiliar with both ‘Ween’ and the ‘Dean Ween Group’.