Take a Good Look
Download links and information about Take a Good Look by The Fleshtones. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:10 minutes.
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|1.||First Date (Are You Coming On to Me)||1:44|
|4.||Going Back to School||2:53|
|5.||This Time Josephine||2:58|
|6.||Ruby's Old Time||2:01|
|7.||Feels Good to Feel||2:22|
|8.||Jet Set Fleshtones||2:48|
|9.||Never Grew Up||2:35|
|10.||Down to the Ground||2:52|
|11.||New York City||2:47|
|12.||Take a Good Look||3:23|
Since the mid-1970s NYC’s Fleshtones, regardless of fashion, have delivered solid, unpretentious ‘60s-based garage rock. Thirty years later, they’re still at it, having lost none of their initial firepower. If anything, this 2008 release finds the group in stronger form, as the success of their disciples — the White Stripes, the Mooney Suzuki — and the issuance of Joe Bonomo’s long-awaited band biography Sweat: The Story of the Fleshtones, America’s Garage Band have completely recharged the group’s batteries. Recorded in Detroit and NYC with Stripes/ Suzuki producer Jim Diamond and CBGBs guitar legend Ivan Julian (Richard Hell & the Voidoids), respectively, Good Look is a fuzz-drenched, back to basics garage rock textbook that rattles with hawking harmonica, unrestrained unison vocals and a genuine chaos rallying around songs pegged on strong, solid hooks. “This Time Josephine,” “Feels Good To Feel” and “Down to the Ground” should be in the group’s repertoire for the next thirty years. Twelve solid tunes and no ballads allowed.