by The Men
Released: Mar 2014
Label: Sacred Bones Records
Old-crust fans of the swampy Leave Home, The Replacements love letter Open Your Heart and the country-punk of New Moon might not like how Tomorrow's Hits throws all notions of cool indie out the window. This Creedence-E Street hodgepodge is The Men's best album by far, eight songs pumped with life that never drag, and seem to vamp 'n' roll forever, especially "Another Night" with its horny horn charts, and "Different Days," rushing punk with a beautiful turnaround riff. Their songwriting blank spots are absorbed into a ceaseless groove, played at positively sloppy Modern Lovers speed.
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