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Bluff City Ruckus

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The Porch Ghouls proudly hail from Memphis, TN, and while their mutated blend of country blues wailing and fractured post-punk cool sure isn't the work of a gang of musical traditionalists, these guys are close enough to the spawning grounds of the blues to treat their influences with a healthy degree of respect. As a result, their first full-length album, 2003's Bluff City Ruckus, sounds like the work of four guys who are not messing with the blues for the sake of screwing up the form, but messing with it in order to find a way of making it their own. If lead vocalist Eldorado Del Rey's approach is just a shade self-conscious, his songs twist around classic blues riffs pretty effectively, and Slim Valentine's overdriven harmonica and the no-frills guitar work of Slim Electro (aka ex-Grifter Scott Taylor) carry just enough weight that this stuff works nearly as well as the real thing; it won't replace Slim Harpo or Hound Dog Taylor in your musical diet, but it makes for a good side dish. It also helps that at an efficient 31 minutes, Bluff City Ruckus has the good sense not to wear out its welcome, and the production by Greg Cartwright (aka Greg Oblivion, and a man whose spent years exploring the nexus between blues and punk) keeps these tunes centered, without diving too far into their noisy subtext to get in the way of the Deep South groove that's the Porch Ghouls' greatest virtue. Hopefully, they'll be able to write a few more songs as good as the title cut for their next album without getting too slicked up in the process, and let's have a hand for Aerosmith axeman Joe Perry, without whom this album would never have appeared on a major label.


Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

Busting up the country blues so they can have fun putting the pieces back together, the Porch Ghouls are a Memphis, TN, four-piece that cross-breeds pure, unpolished Southern blues with the gritty energy of punk rock and come up with a fusion they call "Ruckus Music." The Porch Ghouls were formed in the summer of 1997 as a Gainesville, FL, trio called the Ghastly Ones. The original lineup was comprised of two members of the group Grit Kisser — Eldorado Del Ray and Bon Musclecar — and...
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