This isn't the old Superdrag. If you're looking for songs by the mid-90's Superdrag along with fuzzy guitars and buzzing amps between tracks... well, perhaps you should track down a copy of 'Fabulous 8-Track Sounds' or '360 Sound'.
If you're looking for the polished but experimental 'Head Trip In Every Key', well you're not going to find that on this album either. This album is closer to 'In The Valley of Dying Stars' but with a hearty mingling of sounds from the bands that have influenced them personally such as The Beatles (of course), The Who, Chris Bell, Merle Haggard, AC/DC, Dinosaur Jr., Teenage Fanclub, and on and on and on.
This album isn't about Superdrag trying to make 'Regretfully Yours' Part II, or 'Head Trip In Every Key' Part II, or 'In The Valley of Dying Stars' Part II, which unfortunately is what some fans want.
This album is a solid collection of songs by a band that has grown and matured over years of touring and hard work rock-'n'-roll style. Sure, Mic Harrison is new to Superdrag, but he was also rocking with the popular V-Roys for years before he started his own band The Faults. And Sam Powers has been rocking with Superdrag for almost 2 years now. Still providing their A-game, John Davis and Don Coffey, Jr. stay true to form and rock like madmen, just as they have been doing for 9 years.
This isn't the same old Superdrag that some fans may wish for. This is the new and improved Superdrag that will have you rocking for years to come and wondering how they could get any better. If you haven't the new Superdrag yet, here's your chance!! If you haven't seen them play their energetic live sets with this new line-up, then you're really missing something good!
Like every great album there is a mixture of tempo and pace, but when it comes down to it, this album is chock full of pure rock 'n' roll. So buy this album and sample the rock 'n' roll goodness!