Review: LES SUZARDS – s/t LP

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LES SUZARDS
s/t LP
Wanda Records

Are you breaking into shivvers, feeling those chills excessively rattling your bones and jerking your muscles, involuntary and almost spastic ? Are you suffering from effusive perspiration always leading you to chugalug unhealthy amounts of beverages with an alcohol content way above 40% ?

If so, don´t worry, you´re lucky, it´s neither Ebola nor Dengi, actually you´re infected by Algomania, that reckless Teenage Fever initially having occured in Rouen, France in the year of our Snot 1977, bread and spread by the legendary DOGS, four marauding rowdy rockers with too much class for the neighborhood and impressive viral distribution properties which have now infiltrated the LES SUZARDS´ stem cells as well generating a new evil hearted breed of classy french Punk Rockers for Linda to shake with.

As a matter of course LES SUZARDS already have been well prepared for that kind of infection with a gene pool being heavily damaged by the Bowery Sleaze of the NEW YORK DOLLS / HEARTBREAKERS raised on a steady diet of cough reliever and snuff tobacco to mutate into a DEAD BOYS hellraiser being blow-dryed by a thunderstorm of JONESES ions. An always reliable formula upgraded by LES SUZARDS with fingerprints of past congeneric exciters like the HUMPERS, DIMESTORE HALOES and D GENERATION refined with the BRIEFS´ sensibility of re-interpreting the BOYS and BUZZCOCKS charm school of spilling beer over your skinny tie and suit while thrashing around like a maniac. Go get infected now and enjoy your fever, LES SUZARDS sure do.

8/10

 

 

 

 

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