Ex-Thee Hypnotic Jim and his four London mates want their blood to stain the ivories of your daddy's baby grand and prove they ain't seen the sun since they started this band. So they toss plenty of Jerry Lee piano into their greasy-spooned psycho-rock pub-metal, and threaten arson and murder a lot. Their slop-bucket approach doesn't leave much room for tunes, and their rhythm section could afford to move more. Still, they open and close by approximating '70s Aerosmith ("Dishonest John") and Rose Tattoo's boogie-woogie Faces side ("Stop the People") funkier than most bands could. So drink up.