The Websters rock!,
This review is from: Universal Juveniles (Audio CD)
Universal Juveniles is one of the greatest albums no one has ever heard of.
I got to know Max Webster (no such person its the name of the band) growing up in Canada in the late 1970's. They were dressing up in in womens' clothes which was pretty adventurous given how conservative Canada was back then.
This was their last studio album as far as I am aware and features Kim Mitchell's ineffable guitar, smart lyrics, great sense of humour and the collaboration with Rush (who gave MW their break by signing them to their record label, Anthem), Battle Scar.
High Class in Borrowed Shoes, their second album is also brilliant.