Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's darker and harder sophomore album. After debuting with B.R.M.C. in 2001, the San Francisco posse delivers another intense, in-your-face affair, this time tackling everything from death, sex, and family to religion and the US government. If raw, full, roaring rock and roll is your thing, BRMC is just that, and this early career LP is a clear indication of the signature sound that the band would consistently pursue (check 2018's Wrong Creatures). Check out "Stop," "In Like The Rose," "Shade Of Blue," and "Six Barrel Shotgun," leather jackets and sunglasses are a must. This is the first repress since the 2003 release and a welcome one at that as the og copies are going for quite a penny on Discogs.
- matte gatefold sleeve
- printed inner sleeves w/ lyrics
- music label: Cobraside 2003 / 2018
reviewed by rei kwondo 03/2018
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