Mojo Rib – In For Sin

December 2nd, 2006
by Celtic Bob

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In For Sin

2006, Nothing Sacred

Rating: 4.5/5

Mojo Rib return with a solid follow up to a stelwar debut. Jay and company release full throttle rock and roll with a good time party groove. < ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

Jay’s distinct and energetic vocals are one of the first things you will notice about the band. He has a bit of early DLR mixed with Bon Scott, add in a slight rasp in places, and that’s Jay. The songs here are simple and riff heavy, like rock music should be. The lyrics are not political or out to make a real statement, they are just about life and having fun, and sometimes a bit meaningless.

 

Tracks like “Payback For The Mudshark”,  “Tectonic” and “Lucky In The Order” are just a few of the standouts on this fantastic album. If you are looking for ballads or acoustic love songs, this ain’t the album for you. Mojo Rib are a hard hitting rock band. It’s only going to be a short time before these guys become huge. This is a must own disc. One of the year’s finer releases.

 

Tracklist:

L.A Hot Wax

Payback For The Mudshark

On The Grift

Tectonic

Bitch Magnet

Lucky In The Order

Sui-Sayonara

El Borracho

Skeezer

Dixie Witch

 

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