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This record is a Maserati in a world full of Kia's.
on 1 April 2014
Didn't know what to expect from Steel Panther's third album. I loved Feel The Steel, I *loved* Balls Out, and I had a feeling this one would either be more of the same with nothing new or not nearly as good as the previous albums. Glad to say this isn't the case. All You Can Eat is hard rock at its sleaziest, funniest, tightest and best. Absolutely love opener "Pussywhipped" and its Metallica 'Battery'-style intro. Seriously. "Party Like Tomorrow..." somehow sounds even better next to the other album tracks than it did/does as a single. I hoped to be laughing out loud as I listened to the album first time through, and I did (check out 'Gloryhole' and you'll see what I mean..) "Burden Of Being Wonderful" is just slick with the *gasp* keyboards!! Think Van Halen's 1984 album but with an up-to-date edge (and plenty of cussing..!) and you've got it. No Fanther should be without this record.