Rocket from the Crypt - Scream, Dracula, Scream! - Review
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This is by far one of the most underrated rock and roll albums of the 90s. Some RFTC albums had filler songs or weaker tracks but not this one. It could fall under so many genres: rock, punk, ska, grunge, alternative, garage rock, pop, who cares. All you need to know is that it actually and honestly rocks your butt from beginning to end. When is the last time you heard something that made you want to pump your fist in the air and yell along with the choruses and smile? Honestly, when? This album actually does that to you. RFTC mixed the horns into the guitar mix in many spots to create a wall of sound that can shake your speakers. And there are tons of catchy hooks and some genuine garage rock swagger to seperate this album from the rest of the pack. It isn't very often anymore you find a band or cd that really rocks without any posing or "cheese factor." And just about every song is a winner. This cd improves my mood and helps me blow off steam. I swear to Buddha it does. Get it before all the honest rock and roll bands have gone the way of the dodo…

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