First off let me say that these tunes kick some fucken ass, and I usually dont like jackshit. I hate Pretty Boy Floyd, just about everything from L.A. (except the Crue), and most glam rock, but Sugar Shock deliver the goods. Great catchy songs with killer hooks that make me wanna stand up and say FUCK YEA! Kinda bubble gummy but not to the extent where it's overdone. It reminds me of the Beat Angels but I like SS better . Way better!! Whoever doesn't give this stuff a listen should just sit in their room with naked photos of Pretty Boy Floyd and dream of great tunes ..
Track by Track
This is my least favorite of the four. I'm not sure why, but I think its the lyrics. The drums on this tune rock though. Dont get me wrong, this is a great tune. Just my least favorite.
The Verse melody really kicks ass I like the way sentences run together. The Chorus is great! Probably a great live song as well! It has a great intro guitar riff.
My type of tune right off the bat. Fast drums and fast catchy vocals. It starts off just the way I like and continues to get cooler. I love the ohhhs in the chorus. BAD ASS!
I absolutely love this song!!!! The woa woas are killer!!!! .. Reminds of discovering girls for the first time. Killer catchy chorus!!!!
Let me wrap this up by saying that I ain't no music critic/writer. I just know cool when I hear it, and Sugar Shock are fucken cool. If you cant hear it, then you'd better pull your head outta your ass. They are bringing back days when music was just that . MUSIC. Fun, flashy, and all about a good time. Reminds me of falling in love for the first time .
Reviewed by: Jayson James - Romeo's Dead
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Reviewed by Jayson James/Romeos' Dead