Rip It Off - Stroke 9 Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop / Artist: Stroke 9 / Import / Audio CD released 2002-09-30 at Universal / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Latest Di ... more
Newest Review: ... penning unpretentious catchy little rock songs they are well within there right to hold on to a 'If it aint broke don't fix ... more
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by - written on 11/02/09 (Useful, 11 readings)
This isn't a huge departure from the bands breakthrough album 'Nasty Little Thoughts' but with a band like Stroke 9 who have a great nack for penning unpretentious catchy little rock songs they are well within there right to hold on to a 'If it aint broke don't fix it' Mentality. With this album Stroke 9 have created another album filled with great pop hooks and quirkey lyrics that will pretty much appeal to anyone who is a fan of 90's Americana or just someone who likes there rock songs in catchy, easy to digest three minute bursts. From the punchy power pop of first single 'Kick Some Ass' (which was the lead song from the 'Jay and Silent Bob ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/07, updated on 08/05/09 (Very useful, 169 readings)
Stroke 9 grew out of a 'rock band' class in Marin County, California back in 1990 where Luke Esterkyn and Greg Gueldner first met. The first incarnation of the band came out of this class and lasted until the end of term. In Summer 1991, returning from college Luke & Greg failed to get their old band mates interested and recruited two new members, one of which was an old friend John McDermott. This new line up recorded their first 'album', sold by walking around malls playing the CD, at gigs and in local record stores. This sold pretty well and all 1000 copies disappeared. They put together another demo of their songs a year or so later and ... Read the complete review
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