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Album Review

Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx certainly has a hankering for vintage AC/DC and Aerosmith sounds, as a pair of bands he signed to his Eleven Seven Music imprint — the Last Vegas and Charm City Devils — sonically reflect the days when High Voltage and Toys in the Attic were fresh in the shops. The latter group's 2009 debut offering, the appropriately titled Let's Rock-N-Roll, is a greasy slab of blues metal — chock full of amped up riffs (courtesy of six-stringsters Vic Karrera and Nick Kay) and whiskey soaked vocals (courtesy of John Allen), especially on such cuts as the title track and "10,000 Miles." Fans of Buckcherry and Airbourne should certainly give Let's Rock-N-Roll a listen, as Charm City Devils fit in comfortably with the early 21st century crop of DC disciples.


Genre: Rock

Taking a cue from bluesy classic rock icons like Aerosmith and AC/DC, Baltimore, Maryland's Charm City Devils craft traditional hard rock anthems in the vein of Buckcherry and Aussie rockers Airbourne. The band, featuring founding member/vocalist/songwriter John Allen, Vic Karrera, Anthony Arambula, Nick Kay, and Jason Heiser, was the first act to sign with Nikki Sixx's Eleven Seven Music, resulting in the release of the single "Let's Rock-N-Roll (Endless Road)," followed by the full-length Let's...
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