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Get Out the Lotion

I discovered this group thanks to hearing a Ken Tucker review on Fresh Air, and I'm sure glad I did! "Cat in the Cream" reminds me of early Beatles, other tunes are just fresh sounding rock n roll. Can't wait to hear them live and get out on the dance floor!

Great, Original Rock n' Roll

I also heard Ken Tucker's review of this on NPR and immediately jumped from passively listening to a full-on heart thumping - finally! some great new music. Of course, I love the throwback nod to rockn'roll but low cut connie is as original as it gets.

Quickly becoming a classic

I remember listening to this record on repeat in 2011. quickly becoming a classic record for me!!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Carrying the torch for good old rock & roll sleaze -- the kind that can be heard on Jerry Lee Lewis' Live at the Star Club and the dirtiest Rolling Stones records -- Low Cut Connie separated itself from other new millennial rock & roll revivalists by not taking themselves as seriously as they took their big, danceable rhythms. To an extent, they're distinguished by a focus on the piano, an instrument that isn't heard much in straight-ahead rock & roll in the 2010s, but Adam Weiner's pounding keys...
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Get Out the Lotion, Low Cut Connie
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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