quarta-feira, 19 de maio de 2010

Stack Waddy - Bugger Off! (1972 UK Blues Rock)

SEGUNDO ALBUM DA BANDA!! EXCELENTE E RARO VENENO!! ROCK BLUES PULSANTE E COM MUITA ENERGIA!! VOCAL PODEROSO!! ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO E OBRIGATÓRIO PRA QUEM CURTE VENENOS PODEROSOS E UM BOM E VELHO HARD BLUES!!!! É PORRADA NA NUCA!! VENENO NA VEIA!!

SECOND ALBUM!! RARE AND BEAUTIFUL POISON!!
StackWaddy were the rough kids of John Peel’s Dandelion label, their gruff blues-rock sounding like a fart at a funeral alongside the introspective outpourings of labelmates like Bridget St John and Clifford T Ward. They were a tough sell in such soft times, and had broken up by the time this charmingly titled second album appeared in 1972. But the subsequent admiration of American avant-rockers like Steve Albini has revived interest enough to make this expanded reissue of Bugger Off! worth investigating, if you’ve a penchant for sludgy proto-heavy metal in the vein of Black Sabbath. They relied heavily on covers of anthemic riffs like “Rosalyn”, “You Really Got Me” and Zappa & Beefheart’s “Willie The Pimp”, while their own heavy, heavy monster sound is best sampled via the intriguing psych-rocker “Meat Pies ’Ave Come But Band’s Not Here Yet”.

01. Rosalyn
02. Willie The Pimp
03. Hoochie Coochie Man
04. It's All Over Now
05. Several Yards
06. You Really Got Me
07. I'm A Lover Not A Fighter
08. Meat Pies 'ave Come But Band's Not Here Yet
09. It Ain't Easy
10. Long Tall Shorty
11. Repossession Boogie

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