“Low and Slow,” kicks things off with a door squeaking and the drums starting the countdown. When the riff kicks in, you know shit is about to go down. It has that big bluesy swagger that entices so many to rock and roll. A great opener. “Double Wide,” takes things up another level, switching through the lines and increasingly twisting and turning the dial. “Desert Dust,” rocking through the franticness of the clear levels.
“442,” takes another shift, bringing about an interesting and entertaining movement this way and that, through the solar system. “Personal Issues,” filters through the lines, taking a turn here and there. “Showdown,” rocks the house down, with some insane swagger and a growing boot to the face.
The album is out now.