Bluegrass Etc - Bluegrass Etc (Music CD)

Release Date: 28 February 2010
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In the summer of 2001, Discover Card ran a Behind the Music parody of an '80s hair metal band called Danger Kitty who crashed and burned, spending all their money within the span of two years (they were a little wrong on the timing, claiming that the band hit it big in 1984, two and a half to three years earlier than the big hair metal boom, but only a donkers like me would point that out). If it wasn't for their sub-biker jeans and sheer boneheadedness, Black 'N' Blue would be that band since they for all the world sound like a parody. This is a band that in all seriousness wrote a song called "Rockin' on Heaven's Door," sang "Heat It Up! Burn It Out!" and "Get Wise to the Rise," and belted out "Nasty, Nasty" and "Bombastic Plastic" -- all songs that are every bit as ridiculous as their titles, even sillier, actually. Listening to Hip-O's 2001 20-track overview is entertaining but only because you're gawking at this historical oddity -- a band that couldn't have existed at any other time yet had little success during their era and sounding irrevocably tied to theirs. It's a weird conundrum and worth a voyeuristic giggle for metalheads and rock geeks. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Release Date: 28 February 2010

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Catalogue No: MIW101037