After a year and a half of non-stop touring in both the US and Europe with artists such as The Black Diamond Heavies, Deltaheads and Bob Log III, to name just a few, the Fort Wayne, Indiana, punk-blues duo has headed back into the studio to cut the follow up to their acclaimed 2008 release "Bring 'Yo Ass To the Table". This new album, "All You Can Eat," was recorded in Detroit at the infamous Ghetto Recorders, and produced by legendary Jim Diamond (Dirtbombs, Fleshtones, Mooney Suzuki, White Stripes, etc). It showcases the band's high-voltage heavy punk blues style and is everything fans of their Alive debut expects and a lot more! Left Lane Cruiser plays North Mississippi style blues like a lot of blues bands do these days, they just play it louder and harsher than anyone else, and that includes the North Mississippi All Stars. Blogcritics. Think of LLC as a mix of Hound Dog Taylor, Jon Spencer and Lucky Wray and the Palomino Ranch Hands. Kapow, kerpow! Doctor Mooney s 155th Dream. R.L Burnside, Seasick Steve, trash cans, hub caps, meth smoking two dollar pawn shop mics and all sounding as cool as that all sounds. Organ. An astounding two-man blues band. Lo-fi is a totally inadequate term to describe their sound, a sizzling mix of Beck s pusillanimous drums, claps, percussion, and hoots and hollers and Freddie J s blistering guitar and husky vocals. AMG. When reduced to its basic elements, the music is all rock n roll. And when played with such conviction as Left Lane Cruiser displays, it doesn t get much better. Exclaim.