Going Way Out With Heavy Trash

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  • Summary: The follow-up to their self-titled album released in 2005.
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  1. Positive: 10 out of 16
  2. Negative: 1 out of 16
  1. The whole album is a barn rattler from top to bottom. Play this for anyone who thinks rock & roll is dead and gone. Heavy Trash again prove that theory dead wrong.
  2. Urb
    They've delivered highly re-playable 13 song study in the G blues chord's progression, spanning '50s hillbilly rock, '60s garage and '70s glam and punk. [Sep/Oct 2007, p.129]
  3. The album has a smooth flow, using careful production and consistent guitar tones to blend the different musical influences and varied performances into a piece.
  4. It’s too much, for sure, but sometimes too much is just about right.
  5. Like his fellow goth-punk godfather Nick Cave, Spencer is a master of the offhandedly irreverent blues move, turning riffs like 'Crazy Pritty Baby' into prime perversion.
  6. At points it gets too much, but Heavy Trash's steel-toed pillaging of the past still makes them a punk-rock Time Team.
  7. Under The Radar
    Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray go even farther into chugging rockabilly riffs and hiccupping Elvis poses they explored on their 2006 debut. [Summer 2007, p.90]

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