Down But Not Out - Mooney Suzuki* - Have Mercy (Vinyl, LP, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
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It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Alternative Press. All of these songs are catchy as hell, with great sing-along choruses and rock-solid structure, all the while managing to still sound fresh and authentic.
They definitely have an accessable, pop-rock quality to them, but they also have intregrity and soul, cancelling out any negatives associated with their poppy nature. Perhaps the most poppy song on the album is "Rock n' Roller Girl", but again, because of it's reflective tone, it comes across as sweet and endearing. The next track, "First Comes Love" continues the reflective tone, telling the timeless tale of two young lovers and the cycle of love and complication that befalls all young couples.
Sammie sings these songs with fondness and affection, adding to their endearing qualities. After the soulful and rocking title track, the Album) is treated to one of the best songs about drinking ever recorded: "Good Ol' Alcohol". Ranking right up there with any of George Thurogood's classics, "Good Ol Alcohol" is a hilarious, blue-grassed flavored salute to that tried and true drug of choice for so many people: booze. It's certainly an entertaining and fun song. Beautiful, wise, sweet, somber and philisophical in tone, the song means a lot to me personally, and has a borderline magical quality to it.
It's got an all-encompassing, classic quality to it, and is definitely of Down But Not Out - Mooney Suzuki* - Have Mercy (Vinyl most sublime Down But Not Out - Mooney Suzuki* - Have Mercy (Vinyl on the album. A somewhat somber song with an optimistic message, it's a great way to finish a very heart-felt, endearing album.
Have Mercy has a special, mature, coming-of-age quality to Album) that probably caught a lot of their fanbase off guard. This album was largely dismissed or ignored in the indie-rock community, as by the time had come around, Album), the whole garage-rock rivival thing was old news and the Mooney Suzuki were part of a dying breed. But that's probably what makes this album so good. It's a great album with a heart of gold, and one that is certainly cemented in my eyes as one of the best of the s.
I was a big fan of the Mooney Suzuki's main release "Electric Sweat" a few years ago. That got a lot of heavy rotation in my cd player. So I was excited to see a new Mooney Suzuki album! But I was also sad that I hadn't heard anything promoting it because this album definitely deserves some good press.
The songs seem fuller in terms of musicianship and songwriting. It's still energetic and fun, but maybe not as frantic and crazy as Electric Sweat. It also makes me think of The Black Keys who I want to like, but really can't but if they wrote better, catchier songs. There's a lot of 60's garage band rock, a lot of white-boy soul, and a bunch of good-times-rock-and-roll in it. It all adds up to a really good, solid, timeless album.
Needless to say, I highly recommend this album. I first heard of Mooney Suzuki on MTV aroundbeing listed as an upcoming band that played rock infused with jazz and blues.
In their newest release, Have Mercy, they don't stray much from where they started. Classic rock roots are shown in songs such as "First Comes Love" and "The Prime of Life," but don't come across as strong as the other songs on the album. Overall, Have Mercy is a great album and doesn't miss a beat in keeping a listener's attention. For old and new fans of the band, it definitely doesn't disappoint.
One person found this helpful. People Get Ready and Electric Sweat were great examples of a great roots-rock sound that was familiar yet still was original in its own right.
This record is cheesy; plain and simple. For those of you who enjoy it, I invite you to listen to the aforementioned albums afterwards to truly understand why this band WAS truly something special. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Verified Purchase. Ne surtout pas se fier aux apparences.
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