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Doghouse

Kinda Beatlesesque melodies in a garage rock format. Slipping into pop culture between the sixties and the seventies, between the paisley underground and the glam rock rebellion. This disc is full of rebellion. It ain’t that new, but it moves with a passion and energy that gets you moving along with it. It snaps and swings and mostly, yeah, mostly… it rocks. Harmonies and hooks fly over a tight rhythm section and a guitar that pulls out some Rolling Stone riffs only to place them, with a smile, against some beach blanket pop.

Doghouse Records, PO Box 8946, Toledo, OH 43623; http://www.doghouserecords.com


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