Bail Is Set At Six Million Dollars - Batmobile Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop / Artist: Batmobile / Audio CD released 1990-01-01 at Nervous / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Kiss Me Now 2 Magic Word Called Love 3 Can't Find My Way Back Home 4 Mystery Street 5 Calamity Man 6 Shoot Shoot 7 Gorilla Rock 8 Gates Of Heaven 9 Girls Girls ... more
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by - written on 20/03/08 (Very useful, 18 readings)
The third Batmobile album introduces further elements of psychedelia in a move that ends up predating Primus on occasion, but is otherwise the final offering of their old style before the subtle changes that defined their later career. There are plenty of enjoyable guitar solos that keep these from being mere replications of generic rockabilly, the solo in 'Kiss Me Now' and the unusual direction of 'Calamity Man' bringing in the psychobilly elements more than the rest of the recording, but despite being a consistent album, this is one without much in the way of original thinking. 'Magic Word Called Love' and 'Gorilla Rock' have a nicely accelerating level of ... Read the complete review
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