Tight Bro's From Way Back When (from Olympia, Washington) are a satanic bunch
who play raw, fast, loud garage-rock. They found a common ground between
AC/DC and MC5 with their debut EP,
Take You Higher (Kill Rock Stars, 1998),
that coupled the monster metal grooves of Take You Higher and
Chicken Little Lied with the blues-rock excrements
Runnin Thru My Bones and I'm In LucK.
Only the Hellacopters, at the other side of
the world, can match this reckless fury.
Their Runnin Thru My Bones (Kill Rock Stars, 1999) is nothing
but a manic exploration of that theme.
Combining the hoarse shout of Jared Warren (a former
Karp), a terrifying rhythm section and
a dirty, southern-style two-guitar attack, the band gallops through
nostalgic sketches like Hayseed Rock and Strut
(quoting freely from Gene Vincent's Be Bop A Lula), and delve into
feverish, breathless rock and roll numbers like
(basically, a spastic version of Led Zeppelin' Communication Breakdown)
and Witchy Potion;
but mostly their rave-ups are so spasmodic that they lack musical dimension:
Hurricane, Drop To My Knees and Rip It Up simply scream
and pound and scratch.
Lend You a Hand (Kill Rock Stars, 2002) is another short, supercharged
set of rave-ups (Make It A Habit).
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