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The first tenet of doing garage rock 40 years after the Nuggets era is that your music better sound like a sweaty, rowdy dance party broke out in your basement, with all the sexy somersaults, hip-shaking hell-raising, and ballsy backbeat that a guitar-riffing, R&B-pub rockin' band can muster. Boston's Muck have done that with aplomb for a decade, like a proud progeny of Barry & the Remains, and they reach their apex, perhaps, with this snortin' set of originals straight outta 1965. Every band working this stripe should hire producer Jim Diamond at Detroit's Ghetto Recorders, as he keeps the takes and sound crisp, rattling, and manic. And with frontman Evan "Muck" Shore (Queers, Voodoo Dolls) and company keeping their side equally rough and ready, there isn't a track that misses. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover
|Label:||Dirty Water Records|