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Something of a companion piece of 1999's Rank Outsider (the band considered releasing them as a double album, but opted for two separate albums released six months apart), Somewhere Down the Line finds the Lazy Cowgirls in a relatively calm and reflective mood. But the operative word is "relatively" — some numbers feature slower tempos (like the swaggering "Bittersweet Shit"), and the occasional acoustic tunes (such as "Stripper Blues" and "Leap of Faith") show off the band's taste for blues and honky-tonk styles. But if you're looking for the Lazy Cowgirls' traditional flat-out roots-punk wailing, cue up "Another Lost Cause" or "Back Down in the Basement" and you'll hear Pat Todd and the band rocking as hard as ever. One of the band's best albums, which in a burst of renewed activity bodes well for their future.


Fecha de formación: 1981

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

If The Ramones had been a road-tested biker gang instead of pop-obsessed cartoon speed merchants, they might have sounded something like The Lazy Cowgirls. Merging the buzzsaw roar of first-wave punk, the sneering attitude of '60's garage rock, the heart-on-your-sleeve honesty of honky-tonk, and the self-assured swagger of The Rolling Stones, The Lazy Cowgirls play raw, sweaty outlaw rock and roll at its most furiously passionate and physically intense; like a Harley gunned up to 95 mph, The Lazy...
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