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For Don't Like You, Cheater Slicks acquired the production services of friend and fan Jon Spencer (Pussy Galore, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion). Spencer also trades places with vocalist Dana Hatch on "Sensitive Side," his zonked-out, stoner ode to the band (Hatch sounds almost as stoned on the Johnny Thunders-like "Should I"). The entire enterprise could be considered a bit of a family affair, as Spencer's longtime compatriot, Jerry Teel (the Honeymoon Killers), also lends his services on harmonica (the smokin' "Motherlode") and recording. (Boss Hog's Cristina Martinez would seem to be the only key "family" member missing.) The results are more successful than not — especially the opening Scientists-inspired distortion blast, "Feel Free" — but there's possibly a little more variety here than necessary. Spencer's song, for instance, would have worked better at the end of the recording or even as a bonus track (along with the actual bonus, a spoken word bit). From a sequencing standpoint, it just doesn't fit as comfortably with the rest of the material as it could. That quibble aside, this is one of Cheater Slicks' finest releases in a long and varied career. ~ Kathleen C. Fennessy, Rovi


Se formó en: Boston, MA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Cheater Slicks originated in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1988, when brothers Tom and David Shannon — both guitar players — recruited drummer Dana Hatch and bassist Merle Allin (brother of G.G. Allin) to play in an original, bluesy garage rock band. After Allin, the Slicks tried out Alpo (formerly of the Real Kids) on bass before scrapping the bassist idea completely and settling on a three-piece lineup. In 1990, the Cheater Slicks opened for Jon Spencer's band, Boss Hog. The show made...
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