Big Cock – Year Of The Cock

December 31st, 2005
by Celtic Bob

Big Cock
Year of The Cock

2005, Driver Wild Music
Rating: 3.5/5

Hard and Heavy; Big Cock is ready to spread some goodtime three chord Rock n Roll all over the globe. This debut delivers some loud and aggressive party tunes. This disc is a good mix between AC/DC and late 80’s Glam Metal. In places, like on the track “Cinnamon” it kind of reminds you of the first Danger Danger release. Singer Robert Mason even sounds a small bit like Ted Poley here as well. It is great hearing Robert’s voice again as he seemed to get lost after his stint with Lynch Mob. He is easily one of the better vocalists out there. The first mellow track on the disc is “Carrie’s In Love” and to put it simply…an excellent song. The vocal’s and harmonies are breathtaking. It is here that Mason really shines and proves why he is highly regarded as a vocalist. On the other side of the coin: “Take It Off” and “Old No. 7” are your basic blues based guitar rock. The other ballad on the disc is a bit different with a 50’s Doo Wop sound to it.

A great disc if you want to hear AC/DC, Cheap Trick and Foreigner all mixed into the one.

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