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Tracklist

LP 1

1)

Forget my name Danko Jones

2)

Dance Danko Jones

3)

I love living in the city Danko Jones

4)

I want you Danko Jones

5)

Heartbreak's a blessing Danko Jones

6)

Wait a minute Danko Jones

7)

Strut Danko Jones

8)

Home To Hell Danko Jones

9)

Hot Damn Woman Danko Jones

10)

Cross Danko Jones

11)

Love Travel Danko Jones

12)

We Sweat Blood Danko Jones

Media 2

1)

Strut Danko Jones

2)

Home to hell Danko Jones

3)

Hot damn woman Danko Jones

4)

The cross Danko Jones

5)

Love travel Danko Jones

6)

We sweat blood Danko Jones

Review

All of the warning signs are right there on the cover: the band name in a jagged and stylized font, a close-up on someone playing an electric guitar, and dripping blood. Yeah, that's right, this is a metal album. It was pretty clear on Born a Lion that Danko Jones was already heading in this direction, with loud boogie-soaked riffs that owed more to AC/DC than the revved-up funk that served as the bedrock of the group's two early EPs. Not that you'd confuse We Sweat Blood for commercial-grade metal: there's very little bombast and absolutely zero hand-wringing earnestness here. The production is incredibly crisp -- instead of soaking everything in sight with reverb, most of the vocals are clean and the drums snap like whip cracks -- and the performance is very clean, with no pointless wailing from either the vocals or guitars. Everything has been stripped back to the basics: sex, Satan, and super-high volume. Sure, the lyrics are so over the top in places that it's almost like the band has become a cartoon: in the album opener, "Forget My Name," "She makes me forget my name" is followed up by "I wanna, I wanna, I wanna burn in Hell with you." Elsewhere, "Baby I want to put some mileage on your lovebike/I want you out on the road with my testosterone make you feel alright" is delivered with a straight face. There's even a tribute to one of fellow Canadian Neil Young's sillier lyrics. Deathless prose for the ages this ain't, but it doesn't really matter, because the groove is deep, the rock is hard, and those who aren't shaking their hips will probably be resisting the urge to follow along on the ol' air guitar. Yow. ~ Sean Carruthers

Contributors

Artist Danko Jones

Label MRI

Label Bad Taste Records

Product Details

DUIN KUV7PJKVDCD

GTIN 7330169012051

Release Date 19.01.2015

Amount of Discs 1

Age Classification (FSK) Without restriction

Product type LP (Vinyl)

Track Count 18

We Sweat Blood

Danko Jones

£14.36

Seller: Dodax

Delivery date: between Tuesday, October 29 and Thursday, October 31

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