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by The Neighborhood Bullys

Otis Redding meets The New York Dolls 11 tracks of Mike Chapman produced ROCK N ROLL!
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Let Me Be Me
2:58 album only
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2. I'm Bored, Let's Fight
2:57 album only
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3. Spin It
3:30 album only
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4. Lead With Your Lips
2:05 album only
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5. Why I Steal
2:52 album only
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6. All The Way Down
4:08 album only
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7. Our Time Is Coming
2:44 album only
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8. Sux 2 B U
2:21 album only
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9. Go Back (To Drinking)
2:37 album only
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10. Alive
3:51 album only
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11. High On Life
2:58 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Neighborhood Bullys make sure you get it all--good and hard.
Songwriter/bass player Davey Meshell serves up equal parts first
wave punk (you know, when it was more attitude than fashion statement?)
glam- rock, R&B and Soul. The record is produced by Mike Chapman
(Blondie, The Knack, and the Sweet) so any dissonance in genres is
cooked down in a heady power-pop stew. There aren't many rough
edges here. Punky affectations aside these guys can really play and
Chapman's production provides the sheen that makes this a really
impressive debut. There's great synergy between the two guitarists--
Tex Mosley and Michael Hays. It's damn refreshing to hear a
new band that has already established a distinctive guitar sound.
Sure the references to the NY Dolls or T Rex might leap out of the
speakers at you and Meshell has an uncanny ability to sound like a
cross between a young Elvis Costello and the soulful Willy DeVille.
But the energy is undeniable. It all sounds new again. Songs like
"Spin It," and "I'm Bored Let's Fight" just flat-out put a smile on my
face. At a time when it seems like popular music is balkanizing
endlessly into countless genres and sub-genres, the Neighborhood
Bullys have gone and made a goddamn RAWK record.

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