Label: Mercury - 528 999-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australasia • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
Where did I hear it first? WAAFlike everything else. Like Grunge and the Seattle Scene, Tempe had chimey, jangling guitar playing that was more overdriven than distorted. Randy Katana - Fancy Fair / Play It Loud, songs were about drinking, emotional loss, and, well, more drinking. I remember not really caring to try to write like that. Naffah picked, but we all had two albums we considered classics, sort of untouchable by the ages.
But all in all, Wheelie is very nearly Fizzy Fuzzy. The Peacemakers put on a stellar show. I think the album is a hard 9. Reminds me a ton of Apple Pie from White Trash.
Interestingly enough, the second single on the album is perhaps my least favorite tune. Down Together is great, and, slotted in the traditional single slot, Track 3. Feedback intro! What is this, Detroit?!
Who do The Refreshments think they are, Sponge? Better yet, a hit song about a holdup. The biggest takeaway from Banditos is that if you hold the pistols, Interstate - The Refreshments - Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy damn sure keep the pesos! Absolutely ripping guitar solos. Yes, multiple. Is that why everyone likes to fish? I always hated fishing. Who is cool enough to get a job at record store?
AJ from Empire Records? Was he cool enough? No one is really cool enough to work at a record store. If I told you once, I told you once, and once was all that you needed. Said every Dad in the world. Roger Clyne must have heard that a few too many times growing up. Nada is pure excellence.