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Album Review

On album number four, Kentucky rockers the Glasspack strike a midpoint between the '60s-obsessed garage rock revivalists and the '70s-obsessed likes of Wolfmother and Jet. Boogie is the operative word all over the genially lecherous Dirty Women, which is filled with the kind of walking-pace riffs that bands perform with their heads down and nodding in unison: think Status Quo or even Foghat. But the Glasspack cut the plodding tendencies of '70s boogie with a double dose of Nuggets-style snot rock on tracks like "Fastback" and "Fire in the Trailer Park." So the operative album to compare Dirty Women to is the Flamin' Groovies' career high point, Teenage Head: it's not nearly as good, but it has a similar blend of cock rock swagger and British Invasion-derived hooks. That is, until the climactic "Louisiana Strawberry," a full-tilt boogie jam that slogs on endlessly for an interminable 11 and a half minutes, which is particularly ironic since even at a tight two minutes 30, it would be one of the album's weaker tunes. Aside from that dull misstep, Dirty Women rocks mightily and unpretentiously, and who could ask for anything more?

Customer Reviews

Awesome

Good old fashioned rock... Kind of reminded me of wolfmother.. face melting guitar and the solos are awesome...great album..I recomend Lot Lizard..Enjoy

like beef jerky made of sandpaper

Like trying to drink water from a fire hose, Dirty Women will blow a hole through your head. It’s a blues-a-fied rock-a-thon made up of big guitars, southern style vocals, and crusty production. The whole thing is rowdy and abrasive--like beef jerky made of sandpaper. You either bite off a piece and wash it down with some good ol' corn whiskey or you go home to mama!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Louisville, KY's the Glasspack was formed in 1999 by singer/guitarist Dirty Dave Johnson, who quickly set about recording their debut album American Exhaust for the Man's Ruin label. Unfortunately, said label went bankrupt in the year 2000, forcing the band to release the album via their own Riverock Records, then do the same with an EP called Road Warriors before finally finding a new home at Detroit-based indie label Small Stone. Once settled there, Johnson and his cohorts -- guitarist Lil' Bucky,...
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Dirty Women, The Glasspack
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock
  • Released: Mar 13, 2007
  • Parental Advisory

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