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Album Review

In their hometown of Pittsburgh, the Clarks routinely sell out arena-sized venues. And judging by Fast Moving Cars, the band's heartland approach to modern rock makes the Clarks a comfortable fit for the Iron City. Produced by Justin Niebank, the largely glossy disc rings loud and vibrant in a style akin to Vertical Horizon and Tonic, as evidenced by "Hell on Wheels," a melodic midtempo ode to muscle cars, and "Anymore," acoustic-tinged manna from mainstream rock heaven. Scott Blasey's positive approach to misery jolts the irresistible "Happy," and if the title cut's examination of the perils of touring seems textbook, the pedal steel-steered "Train" — which offers a heartfelt glimpse at the oft-forgotten working class — bows this mostly excellent rock album out in fine form. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

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Fast Moving Cars Review

One of The Clarks' best albums and one of my all time favorites. Incredible that this band is not more widely known than just witihin the region.


Formed: 1988 in Pittsburgh, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Since their formation in Pittsburgh in 1988, the Clarks have been grinding out country-influenced garage rock. Though guitarist/vocalist Scott Blasey, guitarist Rob Hertweck, bassist Greg Joseph, and drummer David Minarik built their early reputation on college campuses, their straight-ahead rock sound seemed equally compatible with commercial radio and barhalls across the rust belt. Their debut album, I'll Tell You What Man, produced a regional hit, "Help Me Out," and gained unusually strong radio...
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