Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels
On the Garage-ier side of the Bob Seger Sound System and the Hard Rock-ier side of the Stooges you got Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, bulldozing through a dumptruck hybrid of Soul and Punk. Covering Little Richard and Wilson Pickett with the same aggressive intensity they lend to Stones and Chuck Berry songs, Ryder and band relentlessly pound you with The Rock. Anyone who has never heard their massive cover of the Velvets' "Rock and Roll" really needs to. Air guitar play is strongly encouraged.