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Album Review

As tempting as it is to simply dismiss 30 Odd Foot of Grunts as nothing more than a vanity project, it is worth noting that, as far as folk-rock bands go, they're not bad. It's true that, as a vocalist, Russell Crowe has far more attitude than range, and it's also true that the slow numbers are by far the weakest songs the band has. The lyrics to the ballad "You Treat Me Like Chocolate," for instance, are so overwrought ("You treat me like chocolate/something to eat between meals") that it's tempting to believe they're a parody, rather than simply embarrassing. Still, the more upbeat, rock-oriented material, such as "What's Her Name," actually works quite well, possibly due to the presence of an audience. The slower songs, by contrast, simply sound pleasant but forgettable; the kind of background music cranked out by many other bands without 30 Odd Foot of Grunts' profile. None of the songs are truly incompetent, but neither are they earth-shattering, and ultimately, Gaslight, while not unlistenable, is little more than a pleasant diversion. ~ Victor W. Valdivia, Rovi


Formed: Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Rock group 30 Odd Foot of Grunts, featuring Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe, formed in 1992. Crowe and Billy-Dean Cochran had been playing music together since their teens in New Zealand (including a band called Roman Antix), and before that, Crowe had released solo singles. In 1987, the two moved to Australia and eventually met up with brothers Dave Kelly and Garth Adam. They became 30 Odd Foot of Grunts with the addition of drummer Don Brown and guitarist Mark Rosier. Brown and Rosier exited...
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