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Halfway To Gone
Halfway To Gone (Small Stone)

By: Mike SOS

Looking for that '70s fuzzed out sound? Then you'll be enamored with the tones and tunes from Halfway to Gone, and its latest self-titled offering. This adrenaline-filled 12-track release ensures this New Jersey trio's place in the annals of fist-pumping, bottle breaking, mayhem unleashing rock 'n' roll history, as tracks like "Hammer's Fallin" grind with the abandon of a coked-up stripper, while the bluesy ballbreaking beat of "Good Friend" harkens back to the days when Led Zep were in its prime and Aerosmith cared more about the drugs than collaborating with the flavor of the month. Armed with a ton of battle-axe riffs and amphetamine powered attitude, and blessed with instrumental gold like the Nugent meets Blue Cheer anthem "His Name Was Leroi", Halfway to Gone's third release puts this band way up on the list as a soundtrack to take into the woods and get wrecked to while feeling up your girlfriend in the '69 Dodge Charger.
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