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Drunk Stuntmen
Iron Hip (Natural Disaster Records)

By: Mark. A Lawrence the IV

The sound of the Drunk Stuntmen is sometimes catchy with tunes like "Downtown" and heavier at others as on their "Low." There is a feel good vibe to Iron Hip mixed with great musical backing including some wonderful guitar work. The bright sound of the vocal harmonic on their latest release remind me of Ben Fold's voice styling, which leans more toward the southern rock of the Outlaws versus groups like .38 Special. Reaching to broaden the range of this album, The Stuntmen included songs like "Heidi," and "First Class Clown" which carries a prominent country feel. While "Bullet" a speedier Buckcherry-like number, sans the coke diet, brings a puncher number to the mix.

Rating: B

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