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This review is from: The Datsuns (Audio CD)
LIKE The White Stripes before them, The Datsuns have taken rock back to the basics, albeit to a different era. This, their debut album, bursts with the rawest rock riffs this side of The Cult, whose influence pervades the set. Lady could be an Aerosmith out-take, What Would I Know filches Alice Cooper’s School’s Out, Fink For The Man sounds like Stateside rockers MC5, and both At Your Touch and single In Love recall Deep Purple so much the guys wanted Jon Lord to play keyboards. For once all the hype is justified. It’s reigning Datsun cats.