(Cavemanmusic) from NORTHAMPTON, MA
Reviewed on 4/27/2011...
Slash sneaks forward with this early 90's rocker. He was coming off the slowly dying GnR train. Slash was using his brand name and top hat to signify the continued commitment to the straight up honest and urgent rock which GnR produced on their debut.
Is this achieved?
kinda a bit? no not really but this is a good no frills record that long overstays it's welcome but also produced some under acknowledged classics including the still great Beggars and Hangers and the fairly decentneither can I, dime store rock, good to be alive and doin fine plus some other ok to mediocre songs. This is far superior to the Ain't Life Grand which followed.
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