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May 2002
Released: 2002, Tortuga Recordings
Rating: 3.5/5
Reviewer: Pete

If I'm correct, Quitter hail from Boston, MA and are comprised of former members of the band Roadsaw. I wouldn't really consider Quitter to be a stoner rock band, but opener "Black Box" certainly feeds that kind of groove. Although it has that vibe, the vocals put a different twist on it. You see, Quitter's secret ingredient is in vocalist Hari Hassin. Hassin's voice, combined with guitarist Ian Ross, is a force to be reckoned with! Hassin projects these songs with confidence and a feel that he means it. From the coolness of "Blind," the straight ahead march of "Fools Gold" (great riff), or the attitude of "Mobity Mosely," Quitter offer up rock and roll with attitude and groove galore. Sort of a Monster Magnet that rocks a little harder. If you thought John Garcia's (ex Kyuss) project Unida rocked, this is one to check out.

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