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3.0 out of 5 stars ...studded wristband alert..., 28 May 2010
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This review is from: La Peneratica Svavolya (Audio CD)
As any fule know, Acid Drinkers are a Polish thrash metal band who got together back in the eighties, and who've punted out over a dozen albums of metal, winning countless Fryderyk awards and cementing a place in Polish metal history. Bass player and vocalist Tomek Pukacki is the only original member left, and despite being the driving force behind Acid Drinkers, he's now seen fit to release a solo album under the name Titus Tommy Gunn.

If the bumph is to be belived, then this is for fans of Motörhead and Ozzy Osbourne. And it is a step away from thrashier climes into the world of more traditional metal, albeit it with oodles of widdles and guitar pyrotechnics. Strange to relate, the guitarist appears to be going by the name of Lemmy, although I suspect this one might well be an imposter. "La Peneratica Svavolya" is certainly an album for those who love the riff, and if some of them seem a bit familiar, then so what. It seems to be a labour of love, chock full of old school heavy metal, and there's nothing wrong with that.

Best of the tracks for me were the delightfully entitled 'The Bitch Is (Still) Dead', the bizarrely titled 'Grand+Snow+Gorilla' and the understandable 'One Scotch Please'. It sounds good with a full-on, in yer face production with a fantastic drumming display from the mononomenclatured Viking. What it lacks in originality it makes up for in power and passion, although the still none more thrash vocals of Titus make put off a few folk who like their metal vocals to be discernible.

It's a good, fun album, especially for those who think studded wristbands are the epitome of cool.
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