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My Little Funhouse - 'Standunder' (Geffen)
Mike Reed | USA | 12/04/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It's a shame this Irish five piece was never heard from after the release of this disc,their sole album.Whatever the case is,the band was surely capable of writing some strong well-structured basic rock&roll songs with the stellar vocals of frontman Alan Lawlor fully intact.Tracks that I dug the most were "L.S.D.",the moody "Wishing Well",the ass-kicking "I Want Some Of That","I Know What I Need" and their soulful ballad "Anonymous"(would be a nice tune to slow dance to).I remember seeing these guys while they were once touring the states to promote this CD.A forgotten gem."
Kilkenny's finest under review
edward brennan | Dublin, Ireland | 05/14/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"~Standunder is a super album from Kilkenny, Ireland's finest band My Little Funhouse. While the album can't hold a candle to their classic gigs supporting Guns and Roses in Slane Castle and in the Pumphouse, Standunder goes some way to capture some of that magic. The album is a solid affair, packed with strong guitar rifts and soaked in a grungy vibe. Alan Lawlor's vocals are terrific with a voice reminiscent of a rockier Adam Duritz. The best track is the funky and downright dirty Cookie Jar~~ while the lamentable L.S.D. is the album's nadir. The tone of the album is very inconsistent and it's hard to tell if they're trying to tap into the grunge phase or make a straight out rocker album but there is plenty to recommend especially for fans of fast and catchy guitar choons. A good outing for Kilkenny's finest. Go on the cats.~"