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Double Shots of Rock and Roll
February 2009
Released: 2008, Abyss Records
Rating: 3.0/5
Reviewer: Bruce Sanchez

DOUBLE SHOTS OF ROCK AND ROLL is the debut from Indiana’s Bulletwolf. The title may suggest they’ve been watching too many MTV and VH1 dating shows, but there are no love songs here; just straight, rocking debauchery.

I’ve never heard someone sing about getting half drunk for five bucks with such vigor. That’s pretty much the thematic element of the album. Sometimes they delve into lyrics about being stoned and the white trash that inhabit the area, but mostly the songs are about being drunk, really drunk, and totally shitfaced. The album art contributes to this as well. I hope Bulletwolf is getting royalty checks from Blue Ribbon. It all works too well for the stoner rock, party throwing flavor the songs bring. This album is perfect for a Sunday afternoon sitting on the porch with a cooler of beer, or for hanging out on a Friday night and partaking in libations. The guitar tones are great, and the fuzzy bass really drives the punch behind the songs.

Stellar tracks include “Half Drunk”, “Sleizard”, and “Get the Horse Out”.
Track Listing

1. Half Drunk
2. White Trash Whiplash
3. Car Bar Superstar
4. Sleizard
5. Get The Horse Out
6. Usetoo
7. Fuckfight
8. Hungoverit


Chris - Guitar
Don E. - Drums
TJ - Guitar
Worm - Bass/Vocals/Guitar/Keys

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