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The Boners - Hell Yeah (2015)

24-08-2015, 18:48
Music | Blues | Rock

The Boners - Hell Yeah (2015)

Artist: The Boners
Title Of Album: Hell Yeah
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Rockabilly Blues, Rock & Roll
Label: Rhythm Bomb Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 40:01
Total Size: 104 MB
Covers: Front

01. Baby Talks In Tongues (3:32)
02. Babyshaker (3:45)
03. Muchacha! (3:20)
04. My Baby Don't Like My Car (2:39)
05. Lockdown (3:21)
06. Hotel With No Name (3:27)
07. Driving (3:08)
08. Rockabilly Girl (2:21)
09. Dead Man Driving (3:29)
10. Walk To The Light (4:20)
11. The Train Song (2:46)
12. 7th Day Disturbists (3:47)

Let me start by telling you that I try to research as much as I can about an album and the band who released it when I write a review. If you would try to do the same you'll hate the Google-results for The Boners.

The paragraph above is a perfect example of what to expect from this band. It's a kick in the shin with some sort of twisted humour while still being serious (and called 'The Boners'). It's rockabilly played at a higher speed (but not psychobilly). It's rockabilly with a serious rebel side (but not punk).

The musicians in this band earned their spurs playing in different bands: The Incurable, Rocket 3, The Strollers, ... And you sure can tell they're experienced by the way they play some sort of orchestrated chaos (but the good kind of chaos). Their band manager and excellent sound engineer David Spicer sure has a hand in this. I can't get over the fact how clear everything sounds on this album.

Let's talk about the album. Hell Yeah is their debut album on Rhythm Bomb Records. You immediatly get a taste of what's coming with Baby Talks In Tongues. Harmonica'nized Babyshaker is the follow up track that fits that spot perfectly. If you're into blues songs that contain speed and a harmonica you sure have to listen to Lockdown as well.

A little less serious are songs like Muchacha!, My Baby Don't Like My Car and The Train Song. Although you can start a discussion about that last one. It's kind of a protest against rockabilly songs about trains, like Johnny Burnette's Train Kept A Rollin' and Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash.

Let's summarize: if you're into fifties rockabilly this album might not be for you but if you can digg the eighties rockabilly or an upbeat version of it, that's a different story. Some people prefer comparisons with other bands... They fit in nicely with Knocksville or The Rock'A'Dees. But find out for yourself with this trailer the guys released.

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