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Supercrush- I Don’t Want To Be Sad Anymore 7” ~SWERVEDRIVER!

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Supercrush- I Don’t Want To Be Sad Anymore 7”.  This is the second 7" from Supercrush, aka the duo of Mark Palm (Go It Alone, Black Breath, Modern Charms) and Aaron O'Neil (ON, Lights Out). “I Don’t Want to Be Sad Anymore” is crafted around an absolutely infectious fuzz-pop guitar hook and exacerbated by a supremely catchy chorus. It’s kinda like Swervedriver covering Rubber Soul-era Beatles. Incredibly addictive with some pretty catchy guitar riffs. Both songs take cues from the likes of Swervedriver, Teenage Fanclub, Superchunk and Sugar while doing something completely fresh at the same time. This is a must for all power poppers.

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Los Angeles' the Streetwalkin' Cheetahs spew a raw, undistilled slab of sweet ‘n nasty sonic tonic on their 7th studio album 'One More Drink'. The Cheetahs reignite the raw Detroit sounds of the the Stooges and fellow down under countrymen Radio Birdman blasting through 11 red-hot tracks of over-amplified nihilism showing even further dexterity in the world of thick riffs and song writing versatility. ‘One More Drink’ sounds like the good kind of mid 70’s pre-punk Riff 'n Roll record hopped-up on a heavy dose of classic 80's, white lightnin’ radio Rock. They mix an absolutely perfect Rock 'n Roll cocktail here...