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Album Review

Huevos Rancheros' sophomore release doesn't really add too many ingredients to the Calgarian combo's instrumental cauldron, but what did you expect? Bryan Adams on lead vocals? It's another tightly-wound, slightly smart-alecky set of surf-inspired twang, topped with a heavy dollop of Pixies-worthy indie rock power (check the bassline to "64 Slices of American Cheeze"). HR doesn't really need a vocalist, anyway. There's plenty of storyline in the lead guitar of "Where's the Bathroom? [In Spanish]," "Gump Worsley's Lament," and "Girl from N.A.N.A.I.M.O.," and the rhythm section fills in the margins with glee. Fans of derivations on a theme won't necessarily dig on Dig In. But who needs them anyway? It's a fun, freewheeling, instrumental rock record, that sizzles like it did in the genre's heyday, while winking with knowing indie rock charm. Order up!

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Huevos Rancheros formed in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in 1990. Original members of the instrumental rock & roll-type group were bassist Graham Evans, guitarist Brent J. Cooper, and a drummer by the name of Rich E. Evans later deserted the lineup and bassist Tommy Kennedy stepped in to replace him. Over the next decade, Huevos Rancheros would record a long list of singles, music videos, and several albums....
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