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Sittin’ Heavy is the total package: gale-force howls, hairy riffs wedding ’70s rock and grunge, and grooves that rumble down the highway like, well, monster trucks. Best of all, the band’s songwriting reflects serious range. “Don’t Tell Me How to Live” is pure thunder swagger thickened with Deep Purple-style organ, while “For the People” is a funky, blue-collar anthem featuring shout-along vocals suffused with heartland twang. On the closing “Enjoy the Time,” Monster Truck turn into ace balladeers, delivering a soulful meditation on living for the good times because life is too short.

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This is a great album! Some fun Rock n' Roll. Just be careful putting it on in the car, you might find yourself speeding.


Rarely does a band as highly touted as Monster Truck create a sophomore album as good as their first. And even more rare does a band surpass it, and bordering on almost never do bands blow their 1st out of the water……AND THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT THEY’VE DONE!!!

Monster Truck have left me speechless with this effort. It’s all the heavy grooves you wanted from their 1st album but managed to show a great maturity and progression with this one. Songs such as “For The People” & “Black Forest” show such a grasp on what Monster Truck can be and break up the album perfectly with out taking the foot of the pedal. This album just channels the days when The Allman Brothers, and Creedence Clearwater Revival ruled the airways. I can’t say enough as to how almost surprised I am at how incredible this album is. Do Not……..hesitate for a second….BUY THIS ALBUM!!

The Truck is Back

Heavy Heavy Rock by this Canadian Band!!! \m/ \m/


Formed: 2009 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Playing loud-and-proud hard rock that mixes strutting '70s-style arena sounds with a dash of grunge-era sneer, Monster Truck were formed in Hamilton, Ontario in 2009 by members of two of the area's most popular bands -- guitarist Jeremy Widerman and drummer Steve Kiely had played with the group the Reason, and keyboard man Brandon Bliss worked with Saint Alvia. Eager to play the sort of no-nonsense hard rock they'd grown up on, Widerman, Bliss, and Kiely teamed up with singer and bassist Jon Harvey,...
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Sittin' Heavy, Monster Truck
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Feb 19, 2016

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