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Screamin' Eric's new album is once more filled with catchy songs played with shitloads of energy. But whereas the predecessor "Freak Show" was more one-dimensional in it's sound and style, "Shake It" presents a broader selection of songs rooted in mid-sixties garage rock and soul stomp, punk rock of the late seventies and a touch of delta blues, mixed together to make contemporary but yet old-fashioned sing-along rock'n'roll. This is an album that kicks rock bands of the very land of mediocrity in the balls with it's uncomplicated straightforwardness.
Screamin' Eric's new album is once more filled with catchy songs played with shitloads of energy. But whereas the predecessor "Freak Show" was more one-dimensional in it's sound and style, "Shake It" presents a broader selection of songs rooted in mid-sixties garage rock and soul stomp, punk rock of the late seventies and a touch of delta blues, mixed together to make contemporary but yet old-fashioned sing-along rock'n'roll. This is an album that kicks rock bands of the very land of mediocrity in the balls with it's uncomplicated straightforwardness.
7350010772071

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Format: Vinyl
Label: HPT
Rel. Date: 01/09/2014
UPC: 7350010772071

Shake It
Artist: Screamin Eric
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Couldn't Care Less
2. Drive You Home
3. I Love It, I've Had It
4. Trailer Camp Blues
5. My Brain Is Gone
6. I'm a Fool
7. Shake It!
8. What's Wrong with You
9. Bad Boogeyman 1
10. She's So Pretty 1
11. Won't Let You Out of My Sight 1
12. Little Girl

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Screamin' Eric's new album is once more filled with catchy songs played with shitloads of energy. But whereas the predecessor "Freak Show" was more one-dimensional in it's sound and style, "Shake It" presents a broader selection of songs rooted in mid-sixties garage rock and soul stomp, punk rock of the late seventies and a touch of delta blues, mixed together to make contemporary but yet old-fashioned sing-along rock'n'roll. This is an album that kicks rock bands of the very land of mediocrity in the balls with it's uncomplicated straightforwardness.
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