69 Charger- Trash Deluxe CD. The Netherlands' 69 Charger make their full-length debut with Trash Deluxe, a title that's like an oad to the greasy sorta garagey rock 'n roll that these guys spew out. Kindred spirits of bands like the Devil Dogs, Zeke, the Riverboat Gamblers, The Bulemics and Guitar Wolf, an international cadre of bands committed to finding the hot cross between Motörhead, Memphis rock & roll, red hot guitar licks and gleaming butterfly knives. Sixty Nine Charger's lead vocalist channels a lot of Glenn Danzig, particularly on cuts like "Wildfire" and "Black Sunday Stomp," but with energetic boozy abandon instead of gleaming forces of doom. Most of Trash Deluxe!'s dynamics come from the interplay between the manic spitfire drumming and dueling riffy power chords, though they do slow it down a hair with the Chambers Brothers cover. Trash Deluxe is charged with consistent hooks and full on free beer-guzzling riff ‘n roll energy and fans of any of the manic bands metioned earlier will dig these guys. Import from the Netherlands.