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on 8 March 2006
This is the third Streetwalkers album released in 1976 from the band formed by ex-Family members Roger Chapman and Charlie Whitney. Right throughout from first to last this is solid, well-played rock music with a slightly heavier edge, in a similar vein to the sort of stuff that Wishbone Ash and Bad Company were doing at the same time.
Streetwalkers were a great live act and it's probably fair to say their studio albums didn't quite live up to their concert performances but they have a good go at it here - Whitney's guitar playing intermingles with Bob Tench nicely, Chapman sounds like he's gargling hot ash and Jon Plotel lays down some nice bass lines, whilst Nicko McBain keeps it all steady on the drum riser. This is good melodic rock, nothing fancy just well played and performed by a good band.
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on 18 February 2013
This is full of swaggering, sexist, macho non-PC nonsense from a Mid-1970s rock band with a funky edge and as a result, is hugely enjoyable. It contains the best version of Daddy Rolling Stone ever.
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