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Review: Gorilla - Too Much For Your Heart
Band: Gorilla
Album: Gorilla
Genre: Psychobilly
Review done by: Loz

Gorilla hail from Hungary, another example that the Eastern bands are coming on stronger. ?Too Much For Your Heart? features 13 (+ bonus track) excellent high speed neo&psycho tracks. The production standard is very high, maybe a little too slick for the hardcore purist?s out there but the the musicianship of Pete Gorilla (guitar&vocals), Tom Alien (slapbass) and Tubus (drums) make this cd a pleasure to listnen to. A mix between slower rockabilly-like songs and very fast psycho rockers, between the Stray Cats and the Krewmen with a dash of Nekromantix speed, between a little poppy and a little metal. ?Ghost Train?, the instrumental ?Psychotik Power? and ?Coma? are good examples of this pedal-to-the-floor speed. ?Child In My Dream?, ?Hotel Fantom? and ?Too Much For Your Heart? sound a little slower in comparison but are still quite fast. ?Stag-beetle Invasion? is a 13 second showoff for slapper Tom Alien and ?Something?s Wrong With My Radio? is Pete paying respect to one of his idols (Brian Setzer) by copying and expanding on his solo?s. It?s one of 2 covers, ?Sz?ljon Hangosan Az ?nek? an old Hungarian folksong being the other. A good melodic and powerful album, if you like the early Krewmen releases, you?ll like this to.


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