5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
It's fab, and it's from East Anglia!,
By A Customer
This review is from: Permission To Land (Audio CD)
Agree that this is an excellent ("foot-tappin'") debut album - two things should really be added - Black Shuck is an old East Anglian folk tale about a less than pleasant dog- so less of an Iron Maiden rip-off than you might think...and whilst I agree that on the face of it (according to another contributor) "Stuck in a rut" is "quite random lyrically" - it's actually sheer poetry (sic!) if you come from that part of the world - must be the first time that the Billockby Bends and the Acle Strait (two local roads) have been immortalised in Rock n'Roll - we don't care how far tongues are in cheek - if you're getting in your car and driving down to hell n' back, why do the Hollywood thing on Route 66 in a mean machine when you can have a bucket of rust on the Acle Strait? A must to play in the car! Fab! ("Let's Rock!")...