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      Midnight Boom CD
      by Kills
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    Shuffling off the minimalist garage scuzz of their previous records, the Kills deliver a near visionary knock-out on their third full-length and Domino debut, MIDNIGHT BOOM. Like a marriage of Royal Trux and LCD Soundsystem, the half-British, half-American duo deconstruct rock riffs, rescrambling them into catchy sound shards and setting them atop driving club-ready rhythms. The result is a hyper-sexualized glam brew that trawls the gutters outside both the rock club and the discotheque.

    Singer VV and guitarist Hotel engage in carnal vocal exchanges played out over breathy calls-to-arms and delectable hooks, making for one of the best trashy rock tandems since Karen O and Nick Zinner first plugged in. "I'm sick of social graces," VV sings on the stand-out anthem "Cheap and Cheerful" and judging by the introductory hacking cough that starts the track, one can take her at her word.
    Blender (Magazine) (p.80) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Behind the pouts are riffs that could draw real blood and sharp, broken-down beats that in combination sound like a malfunctioning sampler chopping up Jack White."
    URB (Magazine) (p.106) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he sultry burn of MIDNIGHT BOOM makes the duo seem more continental than ever.. ..The duo's most accomplished release to date. An album that one suspects will age extremely well."

      Midnight Soul Serenade CD
      by Heavy Trash
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    On their third album, 2009's Midnight Soul Serenade, Heavy Trash keep delivering the good old rock & roll, rockabilly, and hillbilly soul that their first two albums handed out like candy at a Fourth of July parade. Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray hit their stride right away on their debut and continue to be nothing short of great. They make no great changes to their sound here; it's still loose as geese on the rockers and pleasantly spooky on the ballads. Spencer and Verta-Ray still conjure all kinds of unhinged noise from the guitars, yet remain firmly within the bounds of the songs.

    Best of all, Spencer fully embraces his role as greasy, rockabilly crooner with an unrestrained joy and fervor. His performance on their cover of LaVern Baker's "Bumble Bee" is guaranteed to bring smiles, his unhinged howls on "Bedevilment" bring back memories of Lux Interior, and he's never less than entertaining. The whole record is just a flat-out blast, with the duo gleefully raising all kinds of ruckus, blasting through swamp blues, noisy punk blues, cornpone balladry, and nocturnal jazz poetry, and even laying down a song that could have been a chart-topper back in 1959, the sweetly rollicking "Gee, I Really Love You."
    It may heretical to say it considering the backgrounds of the participants, but Heavy Trash could be the best project either man has been involved with. And while Midnight Soul Serenade may not be the best Heavy Trash album (their debut takes that honor), it's still some of the best rock & roll around. Anywhere, anytime. ~ Tim Sendra

      Do You Want Power CD
      by Ettes
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    The Ettes third album, DO YOU WANT POWER, marks something of a departure for the band. Produced in Nashville by modern day garage rock hero Dan Cartwright, the record is their most focused and diverse set to date and widens their garage rock sound without diluting it. Cartwright gives DO YOU WANT POWER a modern, in your face sound with less reverb and more punch. This serves the flat out rockers like "I Can't Be True" and "Take It With You" well, giving Coco's guitar extra bite and Poni's drums extra kick. Cartwright also adds some vocals and guitar to the mix, co-writing with bassist Jem the best song on the album, the sassy "I'll Be Your Lover (But I Can't Be Your Baby)." The song that ends the album, the piano and strings ballad "Keep Me in Flowers," could even be a different band if not for Coco's tear-stained vocals.

    In the end, the production shifts and slight changes in philosophy are interesting but what it comes down to are the songs. Tracks like "No Home," the burning hot "Red in Tooth and Claw" and "Blood Red Blood," are first rate rockers that stand with the best songs cranked out by any modern day garage punkers. DO YOU WANT POWER is the band's best work to date.
    Spin (p.75) - "Straightforward and no-nonsense, this Nashville foursome boasts no agenda other than to make you shimmy and nod your head."

      Break Up Break Down CD
      by Reigning Sound
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    Former Oblivians and Compulsive Gamblers frontman Greg Cartwright cools his boiling garage leanings to a simmer on the Memphis musician's debut with the Reigning Sound. It's all about the material on Break Up Break Down, and there are only scattered references to the primal blues-rock of Cartwright's notable '90s projects. Heart-tugging vocals and songwriting are the central components that this country-folk collection revolves around. Highlights like the waltz-time lament "Goodbye" have just what it takes to grip the inner Hank Williams in every garage rocker, without tripping any irony-minded alerts that equate anything emotional with overt sentimentality. Perhaps this delicate country-rock balancing act is what impressed the Hives enough to take the Reigning Sound out on tour, or perhaps the decision was tribute to Cartwright's overlooked punk/gospel work with Oblivians.
    Such thoughts won't concern fans of traditional American music after they've confronted the authenticity and the sweetness of Break Up Break Down. ~ Vincent Jeffries

      Black Monk Time CD
      by Monks
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    One of the strangest artifacts of the 1960s, the Monks' sole album, BLACK MONK TIME essentially anticipates Blank Generation punk by about a decade. The music is a furious rush of minimalist drums (seemingly influenced by German marching bands), percussive electric banjo strums, fuzz guitar and feedback, and in-your-face lyrics expressing such tender sentiments as "I hate you" and "Shut up!" To be sure, the Monks will occasionally remind you of other rock bands of their day; L.A.'s Music Machine, for example, managed a somewhat similar mix of stop/start and fuzz. But the Monks did it first and with the most conviction; after all, these guys were serious enough about what they were doing to actually shave their heads and wear real Monks costumes. Needless to say, very few people grokked the concept back in 1966 (the LP was never released in America), but the album has since achieved genuine cult status. The 1997 CD version (on Henry Rollins' Infinite Zero imprint) thoughtfully includes one track from the BLACK MONK TIME demo, which lives up to its reputation as being even more deranged than the official album.
    Rolling Stone (4/17/97, p.80) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...

      Get Born CD
      by Jet
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    This is a Hyper CD which cotains regular audio tracks and also provides a link to the artist's website with the help of a web browser. Whenever the proverbial Next Big Thing rolls around, it usually takes a few different bands to push the style into the mainstream. With grunge, Nirvana lit the spark, but it was Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Stone Temple Pilots who convinced everyone the Seattle sound was no fluke. In the case of the New Rock phenomenon, the Strokes brought style and the White Stripes added artiness, but with GET BORN, Jet put all the pieces together.

    Perhaps the first band of the genre to completely absorb and effectively reconfigure classic rock & roll influences without a trace of winking irony, Jet not only swaggers like the Stones and pouts like Iggy Pop, but injects sorely needed doses of romanticism and variety into a style that otherwise often seems perilously close to oldies revivalism. The most immediate difference between the Australian foursome and their shaggy-haired brethren is the band's talent for soaring sad songs. On the gorgeous "Look What You've Done" and "Radio Song," Jet proves that trashy guitars and neo-garage sneering are not the only way to rock, in the process satisfying both fans of piano-driven ballads and the much edgier NYC sound.
    Debut album from Melbourne Australian quartet, produced by Dave Sardy (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Marilyn Manson). Elektra. 2003.

      Songs The Lord Taught Us CD
      by Cramps
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    Digitally remastered by Mike Reese (A&M Studios, Hollywood, California).
    An early (1980) effort by the simultaneously minimalist and over-the-top retro-shlockabilly kings, sympathetically produced by their fellow devotee of Southern culture on the skids Alex Chilton. Poison Ivy's guitar work here is her usual mix of trashcan chording and distorted surf riffs, and singer (?) Lux Interior is in particularly good faux-Elvis form on such instant classics of self-aggrandizement as "The Mad Daddy" and "I'm Cramped." The band, as is their wont, also throws in some interesting covers here, including the Rock and Roll Trio's "Tear It Up" and a version of '60s grunge pioneers the Sonics' "Strychnine" that's so primitive it makes the original sound like Yes by comparison. In a word--wow.

    The Cramps: Lux Interior (vocals); Ivy Rorschach, Bryan Gregory (guitar); Nick Knox (drums).
    Additional personnel: Booker C (Alex Chilton) (organ).
    Principally recorded at Sam Phillips Recording Studio, Memphis, Tennessee.
    Alternative Press (11/01, p.104) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Goth Albums" - "...Rockabilly ghouls enhanced with an encyclopedic love of B-movie Americana..." Mojo (Publisher) (7/02, p.162) - "...An ultra-primitve classic..."

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