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Following up the Lazy Cowgirls' masterful Ragged Soul was no easy task, especially after longtime guitarist D.D. Weekday hung up his Les Paul, causing A Little Sex and Death to suffer a bit by comparison. New axeman Eric Chandler delivers solid work and suits the band's style quite well, but he lacks Weekday's undertow of sloppy genius, and while the songs on Ragged Soul were pure meat, this disc seems to have a bit of filler here and there. But if Ragged Soul was a great album, A Little Sex and Death is a very good one, and Pat Todd, always one of rock's great bellowers, never sounds less than thoroughly committed throughout. If it isn't quite as good as the album that immediately preceded it, A Little Sex and Death is still a far stronger and more committed work than nearly any other band covering their territory has made in ages — no small accomplishment after 14 years in the game.


Formed: 1981

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

If The Ramones had been a road-tested biker gang instead of pop-obsessed cartoon speed merchants, they might have sounded something like The Lazy Cowgirls. Merging the buzzsaw roar of first-wave punk, the sneering attitude of '60's garage rock, the heart-on-your-sleeve honesty of honky-tonk, and the self-assured swagger of The Rolling Stones, The Lazy Cowgirls play raw, sweaty outlaw rock and roll at its most furiously passionate and physically intense; like a Harley gunned up to 95 mph, The Lazy...
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