Este disco acaba de salir en el mismo sello que el fantástico disco de The Late Show- Portable Pop
El sello se llama Trashy Creatures Records.
Hot Freak Nation incluye Don Main (Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Songs), el principal miembro de The Late Show!!!
HOT FREAK NATION - Lifetime To Lifetime (2012)
1. (You Are) The Best Kind of Poison 03:10
2. Nothing Stays the Same 03:03
3. Lifetime To Lifetime 02:40
4. All The Right Things 03:59
5. Sunshine From The Heart 03:17
6. Everything Is Everything Else 03:37
7. Mysteries In Sevens 03:36
8. Friday Night Is Killing Me 03:09
9. Blow Them All Away 02:47
10. The 12 Of Never 03:11
11. Turn Up The Noise 03:55
12. Never Coming Home 04:10
13. Sometimes Oblivion
Mi crónica en www.rateyourmusic.com:Hot Freak Nation is led by Greg Roberson (Tiger High, Reigning Sound, Arthur Lee’s Love) and Don Main (The Late Show).
The band's debut was released by Trashy Creatures Records and their music is "The Best Kind of Poison", to paraphrase the title of the first track on 'Lifetime to Lifetime': tortuous melodies that insidiously penetrate the listener's skull and distill their addictive poison.
Or how music can be better than any drug... but addiction is guaranteed even though it takes at least three or four listens for this record to reveal all its splendors and then it is too late: one is hooked, which happened to me really!
A grower, if there is any.
Hot Freak Nation play supremely clever and sophisticated garage pop (as opposed to primitive, brainless garage rock which I abhor) with a kind of desperate energy that cannot but appeal to all those looking for sincerity combined with intelligence.
On song #10, called '12th of Never', they even sound like The Clash, circa 'London Calling', but overall they remind me of another criminally ignored US band called The Black Watch.
Anyway, this band is infinitely better than overrated bands like The Black Keys, for instance, who they may also evoke at times.
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