3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Best of and most consistent of Grahams solo albums,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Golden D (Audio CD)
After the mellow and lofi debut this is the P-U-R-E R-O-C-K solo album we all expected. Some good tunes on here, but also some bad ones: "Leave me alone" is just cheesy metal parody, "Oochy Woochy" is skippable cod Jazz, "Satan Gaten" attempts to prove that he can use samplers too. He can't. It's awful. But the good tunes more than make up for it: The super distortion of "Don't think about allways" and the instrumental "Lake" are good examples. The cover of "Reach for my Revolver" is pointless. It's identical to the original down the missed snare in the verse. It makes you wonder what Graham was trying to achieve.
Overall the best of all Grahams solo albums by a long way. Only one mellow song on the whole album makes for a good album to jump around to.