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Desert Shores

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Album Review

Throw Rag's approach to punk rock is refreshing and yet still time-honored. "Space Hump Me" has a lot of early-'70s punk in it, particularly with the sneering vocals and simple arrangement such as the Damned. Lead singer Captain Sean-Doe never lets loose as the song is wild but still quite tight, much like "Hollywood," which appears later. "Hang Up" continues the party rock atmosphere as more guitars are brought to the fore. However, they mix rockabilly and punk beautifully, especially on "Rule Maker," a tune that could easily be on a Social Distortion album. Performing what they dubbed "sailor rock," "Mission's Message" is the first track that sounds ordinary at best and more like filler despite an exciting guitar solo. The group returns to its strengths with the head-bobbing, fist-pumping "Bag of Glue," another hard punk tune with a washboard thrown in. "Beware of the Dog" is a rock tune seemingly dusted off from the '70s, but Throw Rag deliver it flawlessly. The punk rock gives way to a harder no-nonsense rock sound like Danko Jones and Ten Benson for the latter half, including the gritty "Reno." But "Please Don't Touch," which features Rita D'Albert on backing vocals, is definitely from the Misfits brand of rock. And it ends on a good note with the crunchy rock riffs on "Demons in a Row," a mix of horns and AC/DC circa Bon Scott.

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Salton Sea, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

In the middle of the otherwise barren Colorado Desert in Southern California, second only to Death Valley in its utter desolation, there is the improbable Salton Sea, an enormous man-made saltwater lake created pretty much by accident in the early years of the 20th century. The crazed garage punk outfit Throw Rag are local boys, and the parallels between the landscape of their youth and the music they make are inescapable. Throw Rag's music brings together elements of vintage rockabilly, the Irish...
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