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Get Hooked!

The Maggots

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On Get Hooked!, the Maggots play 1960s-style retro garage punk without much of a twist, although they do a decent job of it. While the fuzzy guitars and vocal snarls of their songs have obvious antecedents in American garage-psych bands like the Chocolate Watch Band, there is a little punk grunge in the guitar distortion, and a swampy-trashy, ominous feel to much of the material that wouldn't be alien to Cramps fans. Lead singer and guitarist Mans P. Mansson has a high, raspy delivery that isn't so hot and gets on the nerves from time to time. They're best when they slow things down a bit and accentuate throbbing guitar reverb and ominous chord progressions, as on "Now You Say We're Through," which has a chorus that's pretty similar to the one in the Rolling Stones' "Play With Fire."

Biografía

Se formó en: 2000

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

The Maggots, a Swedish trio with Stefan Hellstrom on bass, Mans P. Mansson on guitar and vocals, and Jonas Lundberg on guitar, play 1960s-style garage-psychedelic rock with edges of punk, swamp rock, and frat dance-rock. Mansson and Lundberg had previously played together in the 1980s in the Crimson...
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