Too many tracks have the usual Laswell problem of oppressively boring and repetitive programmed drums; one exception is the live-sounding, organ-led jazz number "Love.
Idol snarls recklessly through his booming vocals, guitarist Bob Andrews bashes away with furious power chords, and the rhythm section practically stumbles over itself trying to keep up a breakneck pace Tony James, bass - he cowrote almost everything with Idol; Mark Laff, drums.
Mp3 Rascaman - Retrola.
But the record has so many wacked-out classics like "Looking For A Kiss," "Frankenstein," "Trash," the head-banging "Jet Boy," and the raving "Personality Crisis" that it can't be denied.
Mp3 Extreme - More Than Words.
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So stylistically he's not very broad, although there's a lush, country-western influenced ballad "Here He Comes" black couples sex orgies, and sometimes he's pretty close to the sound of Warm Jets "Backwater," with its goofy, stiff rhythms and cheerful sing-along melody.