Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
chris casny | los angeles, CA USA | 01/18/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This Album really brings me back to the 80's, when I saw the "Workers" several times in Europe where they still have a huge Fanbase.
Good record, what ever happened to You guys, will You get back together and play again?
A Great Band With Great Songs and Exciting Sounds
Paul E Carey | Orange, CA United States | 01/11/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Although the sound of this recording is a little cleaner than it needs to be for this style of music (just like most of the VOXX recordings of the mid-'80s), this album really spotlights the fact that this is one of the only garage bands that can actually boast song-writing as one of their strengths. Most bands (my own included) contented themselves to just dig up a bunch of obscure cover songs and maybe only wrack their brains enough to write one or two half way decent originals. Here the Workers present a dozen or so great originals with only one carefully picked cover song "Hey Little Bird". Highlights include "Go Now", "Already Gone", "Tears", and "Mystery Girl". These are songs I can still hum even if I haven't listened to this disc in ages. If you love the 13th Floor Elevators, the Sonics, the Seeds, or other psychedelic/garage type music, then you'll enjoy this record too."
Great "60's Punk " influenced band!
V. Baltusis | Huntington Beach, CA | 08/01/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I originally purchased "Inside Out" by The Miracle Workers when it first came out in 1984. The group really has a sound and feel for the mid-60's with a lot of authenticity. They rank right up there with The Shadows of Knight, Chocolate Watchband, and Richard and The Young Lions! Many of the tracks are quite enjoyable with my personal favorite being "I'll Walk Away". Even though the Miracle Workers disbanded years ago, their fine music lives on! For any 60's Punk fan like myself, I highly recommend finding all of their material! 1966 forever!.....Vic B."