The Streetwalkin' Cheetahs- One More Drink LP

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Los Angeles' the Streetwalkin' Cheetahs spew a raw, undistilled slab of sweet ‘n nasty sonic tonic on their 7th studio album 'One More Drink'. The Cheetahs reignite the raw Detroit sounds of the the Stooges and fellow down under countrymen Radio Birdman blasting through 11 red-hot tracks of over-amplified nihilism showing even further dexterity in the world of thick riffs and song writing versatility. ‘One More Drink’ sounds like the good kind of mid 70’s pre-punk Riff 'n Roll record hopped-up on a heavy dose of classic 80's, white lightnin’ radio Rock. They mix an absolutely perfect Rock 'n Roll cocktail here incorporating elements of Hard Rockin’ riff destroyers like AC/DC, The Stooges, Kiss, Rose Tattoo and Cheap Trick capped with an explosively, punchy Power Pop veneer. An absolute blitzkrieg of fiery, full-throttle Action Rock gushing across nearly a dozen high voltage corkers that you'd come to expect from a bunch of well seasoned veterans who’s rich musical history includes collaborations with James Williamson (the Stooges), Eddie Spaghetti (Supersuckers), Sylvain Sylvain (New York Dolls) and Cherrie Currie (the Runaways). An absolute scorcher from start to finish right down to the amped-up guest appearances by Rikk Agnew of the Adolescents and Dramarama lead singer John Easdale all captured live to tape by the one and only Paul Roessler of the Screamers / 45 Grave. A monumental affair from the city of Angels right down to the snazzy looking Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs pull-out insert.