Face To Face
by Angel City
Released: Jan 1978
An astoundingly catchy new wave-era hard rock celebration of worldwide low-life bohemia from Aussies who allegedly began as Sha Na Na-style '50s revivalists before boarding AC/DC's bogan-boogie bandwagon. Wordy and vocally rhythmic in the tradition of mid-'60s Dylan or mid-'70s Ian Hunter and Steve Tyler (or the pre-tradition of hip-hop), Doc Neeson rhymes about odoriferous agitators in solitary confinement, rolling dice and berets in Marseilles, Renoired walls in Santa Fe, jewelry buyers in Morocco and monkeys on his back. His band backs him with shout-and-punch pub-metal he can shake to.
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