Jackyl - When Moonshine and Dynamite Collide (Music CD)

Release Date: 19 September 2011
Artist: Jackyl
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Veteran Southern rockers Jackyl may have arrived just in time for the death knell of hair metal with their 1992 debut, but lead singer Jesse James Dupree solidified the band�s patch in the pop culture pasture when he introduced the chain saw to hard rock on the their signature hit, �Lumberjack.� On the Georgia-based outfit�s sixth full-length record (and first since 2002�s Relentless), straight-up, blue-collar, hard-drinking, tail-chasing guitar jams abound, resulting in the best AC/DC album since 2008�s Black Ice -- Dupree is a better, vintage Brian Johnson than Johnson himself was. The appropriately titled When Moonshine and Dynamite Collide�s 12 tracks range from boozy hillbilly rock (�My Moonshine Kick�s Your Cocaine�s Ass"; not a Wesley Willis cover) to Buckcherry/Smell the Glove-era Spinal Tap-esque sex romps (�Get Mad at It,� �Overflow of Love�), all the while employing an oddball confederate charm that makes a media-baiting title such as �Just Like a Negro� (�United we are funky, and it�s a funky nasty scene, all colors run together, washed here in this machine�) feel almost quaint in its King of the Hill-inspired political incorrectness. This is State Fair metal at its purest. ~ James Christopher Monger
Release Date: 19 September 2011
Artist: Jackyl

1. Loads of Fun
2. I Can't Stop
3. She's Not a Drug
4. My Moonshine Kicks Your Cocaine's Ass
5. Get Mad At It
6. The Overflow of Love
7. When Moonshine and Dynamite Collide
8. Just Like a Negro
9. Deeper In Darkness
10. Freight Train
11. Mercedes Benz
12. Full Throttle

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Catalogue No: MLE1001