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More Tennessee than NYC

Anyone who has had the pleasure of catching the Mooneys live will know what a joyous shot of adrenalised rock and roll it is. Sammy and the boys deliver like no-one else, and how they aren't the biggst rock 'n' roll band in the world is an utter mystery. Their first three albums capture the wonderful blend of riffs and hooks that could even get a morgue jumping. This is the reason 'Have Mercy' is a bit of a disappointment. "99%" and "You Never really Wanted to Rock 'n' Roll" are pure Mooney Suzuki, but apart from these, the change in direction is clear. The pumped up Rawk of the previous albums is replaced by a more laid back approach, verging at times on country. "Rock 'n' Roller Girl" and "First Comes Love" could be from any Springsteen album, and the others tracks simply don't don't reflect the unbelievable Rock 'N' Roll onslaught of their live performances. The critics may well say they have evolved or moved on, and perhaps the title refers to a more gospel direction. If you want to know what they are like live though, go for 'Alive and Amplified' or 'Electric Sweat'.

The Mooney Suzuki - Have Mercy

The new Mooney album is the third studio album from the NY band. The early, raw sound of People Get Ready was followed by the, very electric, Electric Sweat. Followed again by the chaotic, rock and roll wall of sound that was Alive & Amplified. Have Mercy brings a more 'steady' approach to garage rock. A hint of the early mooney days shines in the background of the album, but covered by a thick layer of acoustic, country and R&B influences. Musicians and Mooney lovers will still admire the song writing talent from the band, with gems such as 99% and First Comes Love. But dispite the more 'pop' sound, Have Mercy will always be another great Mooney Suzuki album. - A Mooney Suzuki Fan

Biography

Formed: 1997 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

The Mooney Suzuki debuted in 1996 upon the formation of Sammy James, Jr. (guitar/vocals), John Paul Ribas (bass), Graham Tyler (guitar), and Will Rockwell (drums). On top of their added punk of three-chord agility and their '60s momentum of the MC5, the Rolling Stones, and the Kinks, the quartet would spend the next three years playing in and out of their native New York City with the likes of Thee Headcoats, the Donnas, the Make-Up, and the Delta 72, among others. Telstar Records eventually packaged...
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