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Halfway To Gone
High Five
August 2001
Released: 2001, Independent
Rating: 4.0/5
Reviewer: Waspman

Yee-haw! Saddle up and down that fifth ‘cause it’s time for some good ‘ol Southern RAWK kiddies! Wannabe bands like Nashville Pussy and Spicy Whiskey (see review this month) could learn a thing or two from this badass trio. It’s a beautiful thing ‘cause HTG make no bones about what they are, they don’t try and get fancy, they just turn it on and turn it up and pummel your ears until they bleed. I’m a little confused though, ‘cause the CD credits Danny Gollin on drums, but the press release says Chuck Dukehart played ‘em. What gives?

Actually, who gives a shit? When you spin this disc all you care about is the ass kickin’ that you’re taking. “Holiday in Altamont” busts things wide open with careening guitars and gruff vocals.
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