Jon Cougar Concentration Camp

Jon Cougar Concentration Camp

Melon

BYO

Thirteen is your lucky number if you pick up this disk, since that’s the number of tracks. JCCC is fun punk rock and roll. Kinda like Mister T Experience on steroids, which is a good thing (not that MTX doesn’t rock, but they did moreso when they were a 4-piece). The CD opens with headbanger “My Favorite Show Is 90210” and rarely lets up before the closer, another great tune, called “You Either Got It Or You Don’t.” Which would be all over your radio right now were it not for the dreaded F-word. Damn.

I meant “darn.” Oh yeah, on tour in Florida in July!

BYO Records, P.O. Box 67A64, Los Angeles, CA 90067; http://www.byorecords.com

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