Mooney Suzuki, named after two members of Can, are
a New York band fronted by Sammy James that play old-fashioned high-adrenalin
People Get Ready (Estrus, 2000) erupted the likes of Singing a Song About Today and Do It, raw ditties that
swing back and forth in space and time, linking the British generation of the
Who and the Kinks
with the Detroit genetation of MC5 and the
Electric Sweat (Gammon, 2002) was even more derivative but no less
explosive, with Electric Sweat, Natural Fact,
In a Young Man's Mind and The Broken Heart worthy of their
the polished sound of Alive And Amplified (Columbia, 2004) detracts
quite a bit from their volcanic energy, although it brings out the melodies
that were pure accessories on previous albums.
Have Mercy (2007) is a jovial merry-go-round of retro stereotypes,
not quite ferocious but at least sprightly.
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