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Album Review

Altogether heavier and darker than Mick Collins' previous band, the Gories, Blacktop ventures into the deepest, darkest corners of the garage for its sweaty inspiration. Among its discoveries there are a rough and ready cover of Captain Beefheart's "Here I Am (Here I Always Am)" and a slew of stomping originals that sound as if penned at a drag strip as races went on. Collins and Darin Lin Wood are in fine voice and their anti-heroic guitar riffing tangles perfectly. Bassist Alex Cuervo and drummer Janet Walker keep the low end more down and dirty than the law should allow. Too bad the band didn't stick around long enough to follow up this fine dose of garage punk noise.


Formed: 1994

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Blacktop was the first post-Gories project for Mick Collins. While similar to the legendary garage punk three-piece, Blacktop is a clear progression, in terms of musicianship and songwriting skill, for Collins and is also the beginning of his movement towards noisier material. The band's sound was fuller and more sophisticated, due in no small part to the addition of a bass line and the songwriting input of Darin Lin Wood (Fireworks, '68 Comeback) and Alex Cuervo. While still drawing from a wealth...
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