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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A solid return to rockabilly

    After a disappointing Space Heater album, I was thoroughly impressed with the Rev's follow-up studio album, Spend a Night in the Box. Each song is a romping good time, with only a few misses here. The Rev returns to rockabilly success with a straight-forward attack and does a good job with a simplistic approach. This is certainly one on his better albums.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An instant classic from the Reverend.

    The Reverend is back with another great album. This album showcases more of his eclectic style and is just brimming with his patent sexually charged songs. The album also has plenty of solos to tickle the ear and rocks the whole time. There isn't a dull song in the bunch. If you were disappointed by any of the Reverend's past releases you won't have anything to complain about on this album. It's a straight up crowd pleaser. If you like rockabilly, swing, surf, or old-school rock-and-roll you'll love this album. By the way, if you haven't seen the Reverend live you're missing out on a lot. His charasmatic personality sucks you in from the second you see him and the band's sound is larger than life. If you're not dancin' at some point you're dead.

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