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Album Review

Left Lane Cruiser may be from Fort Wayne, Indiana but they sound like a couple of unhinged punk hillbillies raised on the North Mississippi hill country blues of R.L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough. A two-piece band comprised of Frederick "Joe" Evans IV on slide guitar and vocals and Bren Beck on drums and anything else he can bang on, they may cruise the same sort of modal North Mississippi blues territory but, with screamed and distorted vocals pushed through what sounds like a shorted-out karaoke mike, they also sound like a lo-fi swampy version of the Stooges, full of rampaging insistence and impatience. Rock Them Back to Hell! is hardly a change of form for a band that calls what it does "voodoo hillbilly punk blues" and approaches things with a frenzied roar that makes paint curl and shake its ass. From the first track, "Zombie Blocked," clear through to the last, "Righteous," Evans sings like he's gargling cigarette butts and ashes on the midnight train to nowhere, while Beck pounds out rhythms that could make cement crack. This is what Left Lane Cruiser do, stomping across the sonic landscape like they want to shear off every blade of grass. It's refreshing, really, and uncomplicated — stomp and scream like life depended on it. There's clarity in that.

Customer Reviews

Another fine album from LLC

This album ranks as one of their best. With mixed resonator/electric sounds and a touch of Rhodes keyboard and harp on top of OSP's percussion, every song sounds as if it was taken from North Mississippi and dragged through the dirt all the way to Indiana.

This is some serious house-rocking blues. Buy the entire album.

loud blues

i'm not a redneck but this stuff kicks just crank it and go..if you choose to ipod it do expect not to be hearing for a few days lol..great stuff.... raw and loud blues awesome...,just awesome

Ain't nuttin rockin better !!

LLC hand pumps the dirty feelin blues into the "ol' soul" part of us that screams for that new sound! Great album

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Fort Wayne, IN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Specializing in a raw hillbilly punk-blues style that roars like a tweaking modal chainsaw, Left Lane Cruiser is a two-piece band comprising Frederick "Joe" Evans IV on slide guitar and Brenn Beck on drums. The pair came out of Fort Wayne, Indiana, but their sound has the swampy feel of North Mississippi hill country blues à la Junior Kimbrough and R.L. Burnside, with a good dose of snarling garage punk tossed into the mix. A self-released album, Gettin' Down on It, was released on the group's own...
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Rock Them Back to Hell, Left Lane Cruiser
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Blues
  • Released: Sep 17, 2013

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