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Album Review

Third album from the Australian garage punk and pub rock super-group is a fine album of lurching blues-driven rock, though it pales by comparison to the two previous albums. The ramshackle debut, The Axeman's Jazz, was cut in an afternoon — as a gag between members of the Hoodoo Gurus, Scientists, and the Johnnys — the 1984 release remains to be their quintessential release. The version of the album released in Germany on Normal featured and un-released free bonus 7" single on which two cuts surpass anything on the album.


Formed: 1983 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The Beasts of Bourbon grew from simply being a side project to being a true supergroup on the Australian pub rock scene. Forming in Sydney in 1983, the original Beasts lineup comprised Tex Perkins (vocals, later of the Cruel Sea), Spencer Jones (guitar, also with the Johnnys), James Baker (drums, and a Hoodoo Guru), and a pair of Scientists in guitarist Kim Salmon and bassist Boris Sudjovic. The band began playing together in small venues in Sydney, recording their first album, The Axeman's Jazz,...
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