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Album Review

The U.S. debut by Bombshell Rocks — the Swedish punks' third release overall — is basic old-school street punk that doesn't bring anything new or unique to the style, but delivers its 12 songs with so much shout-along energy and bash-it-out passion that such complaints seem entirely beside the point. Devotees of the '70s U.K. style above all others — the anthemic "Where We Gather" is basically a rewrite of Sham 69's "If the Kids Are United" and other songs recall Stiff Little Fingers' politically charged rabble-rousing and the Clash's stylistic diversity — Bombshell Rocks have their sound and vision down cold. Interestingly, however, it turns out that the album's best song is the only one that looks beyond a blinkered view of punk history; "The Will the Message" is a devout homage to the transformative powers of old R&B singles that makes Paul Weller's soul-boy phase sound like mere dress-up and, perhaps not coincidentally, features the album's strongest hooks.


Formed: 1995 in Västerås, Sweden

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Swedish punks Bombshell Rocks formed in the city of Västerås in late 1995, originally comprising singer Mårten Cedergran, guitarists Richard Andersson and Sami, bassist Mini, and drummer Chrille. Before playing under the name Bombshell Rocks, the group was called Down and Out. Shortly before self-releasing their debut EP, Who's the Real Bastard?, the guys added new drummer Thomas Falk following Chrille's decision to exit the lineup to focus more of his energy on skateboarding. The next Bombshell...
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