Label: Bloodshot Records - BS 127 CD • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Country Rock, Pop Rock, Classic Rock
The sage wisdom of frontman Brian Henneman's "Blind" and the twang of "Feeling Down" show the band's countrier side, while "I Quit" has the groove of retro soul. Yet the guitar finale of the seven-minute, album-closing title song finds the Bottle Rockets as explosive as ever. --Don McLeese/5(22).
· Rock · Missouri’s Bottle Rockets continue their work as one of America’s most songful bar bands on Zoysia. Eight releases into their career, Brian Henneman and fellows put their Neil Young-inspired rock to use on a slightly less biting, Midwest-based version of what the Drive-By Truckers .
· This is the latest CD I have bought, so I am complete again regarding my Bottle Rockets collection. This is a very good CD, really in line with the best CD`s made by this band (24 hours a day, Brooklyn Side, Brand New Year) My favourite songs are "Middle Man" and "Mountain to Climb"/5(22).
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Zoysia finds Henneman with a batch of fine tunes, a great band, and a producer (Jeff Powell), who can get it all on tape without either sapping their strength or getting in the way; the result is one of the best albums the Bottle Rockets have released to date, and a superb return to form from a great American band. Listen hard and turn it up.
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