Anticipated 3rd LP/CD by these canadian road warriors. They came out of nowhere with a fresh sound, stuck to it for their second LP, and turned up the filthy rock influences on this third one. More TANK, more KISS, less D-beat. Still the same old band though. Great production as usual, characteristic artwork, and a solid release.
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Devin from Niagara Falls, ON Canada
Jan 17 2008
The first time I listened to the album I was slightly disappointed that they'd shifted their sound a bit but at the same time it hasn't left my CD player. The whole record has grown on me in the last couple weeks and there's not a single song on it that I don't like, although the last few songs are my favourites. If you're an old fan of the band it's still worth picking up. If you've just recently heard of them and how they have a Motorhead kind of sound you should grab City Weapons or Rock N Roll Babylon (although the latter is quite difficult to find).