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The Pink

by The Short Fuses

The Short Fuses are loud, soulful rock'n'roll from the wrong side of the tracks. Blondie, MC5 and Motorhead in a blender.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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Sometimes nothing else will do besides getting the old band back together. Miss Georgia Peach, Travis Ramin, and Justin Staggs have reassembled The Short Fuses and set out on a mission to rock. With this record, the The Short Fuses have really pulled out all of the stops. The band enlisted the legendary Daniel Rey (The Ramones, The Misfits, Nashville Pussy) to produce, Adrian Popovich (Tricky Woo) to mix, and Geza X (Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, Germs) to master it. How’s that for a murderers’ row?

Dawn of the Deaf is The Short Fuses’ most powerful and rocking release to date. Drawing from some of the band’s bedrock influences (Motörhead, MC5, Blondie), it’s a modern-day resistance record with some additional Misfits-inspired touches reflecting the band members’ East Coast upbringing. Travis and Justin absolutely tear it up on guitar, and Georgia’s booming voice soars with conviction and urgency.

Tracks like “Baby Got Back Wings” and “Rockford Getaway” are perfect blends of soul music and heavy duty riff rock, while “Galloping Ghost” generates enough force to summon Lemmy from the grave. “You Ain’t Shit” will at least have you pumping your fist and singing along loudly. The title track falls right into that Cult/Danzig sweet spot, while “Rock Yo Self (Until You Wreck Yo Self)” is an epic number that fully lives up to its title. If you’re going to go to the trouble to reactivate a band after a decade and a half apart, you might as well swing for the fences. The Short Fuses have made their ultimate rock record, and Dawn Of The Deaf flat out rips. Turn it up and get inspired!

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