Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
I Know You Fine But How You Doin
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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If you don't like it you'r just not getten it.
PolkacityPUNK | usa | 11/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I hate writing reviews but previous reviewers have desicrated one of the finest offerings fron the rock GoD
Mick Collins. This album is not for all listeners. It says way to much with so little. Without this album there would not be a White Stripes. Jacks Major influence was the Gories. THIs album has influenced more Musicians than know it exist. If you understand it you will love if not sorry."
You either love it or hate it
Jack Knife | Pittsburgh, PA United States | 03/28/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Totally minimalist real bluesy, garage rock. They epitomize the "garage" band. No bass, primitive drums, and two often poorly played electric guitars. Some songs I love and some songs I just plain don't like. But I don't think this band ever pretended to be anything it wasn't. And that says a lot to me. If you're into the White Stripes or bands like that check it out. Chances are you still may not like them. What you have to look at here is the sincerity and the spirit. Not the production or chops."
This is the RILL' DILL'. A Classic for the Ages
Marc A. Brindza | Lander, WY | 11/19/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This records stays with you forever. How many albums sound this raw and exciting no matter how often you listen to them? These cats and kitten helped turn a whole generation or two onto forgotten R&B and teen combo sounds at time when nobody knew what garage rock was. I dig the shooting match of Vox vs. Fender tones.
The reason this kicks so much a** is because it's done with that rare combination of soul and youthful exuberance. Listen from start to finish, rinse, and repeat. It'll stick to yer ribs.
Standout tracks are:
You Make It Move
Goin' To The River
Early In The Morning
I Think I've Had It