Rockin' cool shit from Chicago that sounds like it should be on Get Hip or Estrus.I don't think a Humpers reference would be out of place.Fuzzy bass and loud crunchy guitars complement the gruff vocals perfectly.Check it out y'all.(from HITLIST vol 2 #6)The first thing that I actually noticed about this CD is the lead singer's vocals. They're probably the most Lemmy-like vocals I've heard that don't suggest any kind of copycat imitation, which is a good thing. Craig's voice seems to work with the straight-no-chaser thick guitar sound and pounding, thumping percussion section that you'd expect from any rock 'n' roll band--'cause that's what these guys are, for better of for worse--in way that kinda says, "Hey, these guys know what the hell they're doing."(from BLANKGENERATION.COM)
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Chirs from Sleepy Hollow, IL
Dec 24 2001
Crap Crap Crap....what happened to the mushuganas of old? If your in to old rock n roll kiss style then pick this up. But don't fool yourself into thinking this is the old mushuganas...
Tony from Chicago, IL
Nov 12 2001
What happened? I'm not liking the Rock'n'roll band the Mushuganas are trying to become with this release. I have their old CD and a couple of their great 7"s. With this release they've changed their unique modern punk sound to forgetable rock'n'roll. I really don't like it at all. I loved this band back in the day. This release is very dissapointing. Unless you think the Mushuganas would sound good playing strickly rock'n'roll, don't buy this. - TONY-