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  • Audio CD (30. Mai 2014)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Label: Fuel Injection (Cargo Records)
  • ASIN: B00JV214GM
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The Bermondsey Joyriders set themselves a hard act to follow, when they released 2012's second album Noise & Revolution . The ambitious punk-blues concept piece, which saw Detroit counterculture icon John Sinclair join the band to deliver spoken word interludes between songs, was a brave, bizarre album, which swiftly proved to be a mould-breaking crowd pleaser. Attracting heaps of critical praise and being voted Vive le Rock readers' album of the year, it sold out within months of its release and quickly went to a second pressing. So, can The Bermondsey Joyriders now do it again? Veteran rock writer Charles Shaar Murray has faith they already have. Upon receiving rough mixes of the band's imminent third album Flamboyant Thugs , Murray called frontman Gary Lammin (formerly of Joe Strummer protégés Little Roosters) to say I've got just one word for you, Gary. Congratulations . Since then, the legendary NME scribe and Hendrix biographer has found a few more choice words for Flamboyant Thugs , and will contribute exclusive sleeve notes to the finished album, when it's released through Fuel Injection Records on May 26th. In the meantime, it can be said that Flamboyant Thugs is a bold, inventive and daring record, which once again hears Gary and his bandmates - bassist Martin Stacey (Chelsea) and drummer Chris Musto (Johnny Thunders' Oddballs) - display both humour and heart, and showcase a skill for penning solid, classic hooks as keen as their ability to surprise listeners. Indeed, the title track itself could well be considered the group's theme song, hearing Gary snarl 'n' spit a list of Joyriders trademarks ( square guitars! Old Kent Road! Drape frock coats, ala mode! ) over Chris and Martin's storming and stomping rhythms. With John Sinclair making a slight return to deliver a spoken intro and outro referencing David Lynch's Mulholland Drive , the song literally picks up from where Noise & Revolution left off. On the follow-up, the Joyriders have lost none of their flair for wild-eyed, testifying psych-blues ( Black God Daddy ), roaring, revved-up MC5-style garage rock ( Sonic Underground ), or riot-inciting punk ( Here Come The People , complete with cheeky Sex Pistols nod), but there are new elements to be found here as well. There's distinct flash of glitter rock amongst the handclaps and stomping beats heard on the title track, and on the irresistibly catchy Roll The Dice , which brings some of Gary's finest guitar work to date. Notably, the self-referential humour which saved the previous album's grandest poses from veering into the pretentious is now notched up a gear, with Gary's vocals delivered in a thick, theatrical Cockney bellow. It's an effective device for bringing to life the flawed everyman characters who feature in Just Like Me - a tale of struggling with status and aspiration in consumer society, and It's Nice To Be Important - where Gary mocks the man who loses sight for his manners for the size of his ego, adding but so important to be nice! . Eventually, the album's conflicting concepts, and conflicted characters, are united in epic closing track The Message . A grand, slow-building finale, with shades of The Doors in its eerie atmospherics, the song is a rabble-rousing sermon, inviting listeners to drop the act, stop buying into an identity, and read the riot act to the corporate breed . The Bermondsey Joyriders will host a full launch party for Flamboyant Thugs at London's legendary 100 Club on May 9th. Catch them in action at; May 9th - LONDON, The 100 Club (album launch party, w/The Phobics & The Witchdoktors).


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