Nov 16, 2010

This disc has twelve songs of stripped-down blues/garage stomp from this Italian band who would have been a great fit on Crypt Records in the early ‘90s. Coming on like a real strong Childish/Tim Kerr style, this band really has this sound down. Looking more closely, it seems that this album is a lot like the Jack O Fire stuff from the ‘90s with covers of old blues songs as well as Billy Childish/Dan Melchior and “Free Speech for the Dumb” by Discharge. This release appears to be limited to two hundred copies and released out of Italy.

 –frame (Bubca, myspace.com/bubcarecords)

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