The comparisons will be obvious, with that famous band from down under. The fascination for the boogie rock and roll of that Aussie act only speaks to their influence and legacy. It seems every country in the European Union has band like them: enter France's Sticky Boys and their debut disc This Is Rock N Roll.
And it certainly is. Sticky Boys deliver no frills, beer party, hard rock in the boogie style of AC/DC. But they only need three dudes to pull it off. They have a juggernaut of riffs, rumbling rhythm section, and ripping leads to keep your fist pumping and your toes tapping.
And you can tell they're having a whole lot of fun doing it, too. Next to the boogie rock, the main theme here is simply that life is one big rock n roll party. You get this from Rock n Roll Nation to Bang That Heard to The Way to Rock N Roll. The chicks get some interest here and there, but mostly in Girls in the City. Generally, This Is Rock N Roll is crotch rock, music for the boys and and a keg of beer. If the girls show up consider them lucky, the boys that is. Recommended.
Generally, This Is Rock N Roll is crotch rock, music for the boys and and a keg of beer. If the girls show up consider them lucky, the boys that is.
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