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Saw Gang Buzz | EP1

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by Saw Gang Buzz

A balls-out rock album with an unnerving tinge. Heads down, no nonsense mindless boogie!
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Celebrate
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2. Brother Was I Wrong
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3. You're Looking Well
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4. Tar Blackened Heart
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5. Horrorscopes
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Album Notes
Saw Gang Buzz are:

Chris Murtagh - vocals, guitar
Andy Warner - guitar, backing vocals
Sam "The Fuzz" Burgess - Bass
Robbie Hookins - Drums

"EP1. Hazzar! Brighton's foremost stoner rock band have finally made an effort to release a cohesive record. Not that the previous demos ever disappointed, but this E.P (the first of three) demonstrates the group's more focused approach. Sleazy grunge blues of the highest caliber. 8/10 Out Now."
- James Watts, XYZ

"A balls-out rock outfit, pushing all the right buttons. There's always a case for heads down, no nonsense, mindless boogie, but the variety and the twists of it on display here really set them apart from the heard. Playing baby-sized venues does their immense sound no justice at all."
- NC, SOURCE magazine

"[SGB have] the profound ability to inflict hip shaking and wolf-like howling upon anyone within earshot. If E.P 1 is anything to go by, the Buzz boys will be keeping the underground stoner rock scene widely salivating in anticipation of the next installment. Bring on E.P 2!!"
- XYZ magazine



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Bill Fraser

There is not much I don't like about this EP, though an album would be better. Good original sound whilst still reflecting the zeitgeist. I look forward to the next installment....


This fast and furious album is almost as good as their live shows; energetic, tuneful, and kick-ass!! You can really hear the MC5 and Queens influence on their sound too. Nice one!