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Slobberbone - Slippage (2002) Retail CD
Previous Slobberbone albums, while always containing fast-paced rock and roll, have also flirted with the alt.country genre at the same time - breakthrough album "Everything You Thought Was Right Was Wrong Today" fused elements as diverse as the Pogues and Son Volt and allied them to some fierce guitar playing.This time, it's as if the band have pushed their country leanings to one side and unleashed their burning desire to turn the amps up to 11 and rock out. Opening track 'Springfield, Il' is a three minute summary of the new sound, the guitars scorch out of the speakers and the rhythm sectionmore… sound as if they are struggling to keep up - it's breathtakingly powerful. At points on this CD, Slobberbone approach the crunching power of bands from the Who to Soundgarden - but their sound remains that beefy Texan rock and roll sound.At times on first listen, the sound seems to drown out the songs - a few plays later and the clever songwriting of the band is revealed in full. Bee Gees cover 'To Love Somebody' is worth the asking price alone, Brent Best's voice is all "whiskey and unfiltered cigarettes" and suits the mood perfectly. This is as close to seeing them play live as us Brits will get for a while, but it's a show that everyone should hear if they can't see it themselves.
|3||Write Me Off|
|6||Sweetness, That's Your Cue|
|7||To Love Somebody|
|8||Find The Out|
|9||Down Town Again|
|10||Live On In The Dark|
- Slobberbone - Slippage (2002) Retail CD
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