BONED Up At The Crack Indie(2004)
When you get a CD like this, with no information whatsoever, itís hard to know where to start.
The album opens with the title track, with a crunchy guitar and rough vocals. If you think a poor manís Brian Johnson, Krokus or even Nazareth, with little less boogie and a lot less soul.
Sure the guitar is good, heavy, and thereís some neat work there, but it all sounds empty and hollow. Even when itís catchy, as some of the riffs are, itís all pretty second rate.
Thereís even elements of Rose Tattoo, but itís just not a patch. Dan McCafferty, Brian Johnson and Angry Anderson did this so much better, so many years ago too.
Review by Joe Geesin