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Let Them Eat Rock

by The Upper Crust

Let Them Eat Rock by The Upper Crust

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Let Them Eat Rock

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Label: Upper Crust LTD
This Boston bunch's shtick was to dress up in powdered wigs and 18th century royal finery while foppishly reciting risqué lyrics about their wealth: A sort of Bon Scott burlesque, in other words; hence, the AC/DC-esque title. And if they never touch the Aussies' chops, it's not like Brian Johnson and Angus Young were managing tunes as funny or hooky as "Little Lord Fauntleroy," "I've Got My Ascot 'N' My Dickie" or "Friend of a Friend of the Working Class" in the mid-'90s. Sadly, these guys apparently didn't have enough old money to shelve the routine after their one genuinely amusing record.

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This Boston bunch's shtick was to dress up in powdered wigs and 18th century royal finery while foppishly reciting risqué lyrics about their wealth: A sort of Bon Scott burlesque, in other words; hence, the AC/DC-esque title. And if they never touch the Aussies' chops, it's not like Brian Johnson and Angus Young were managing tunes as funny or hooky as "Little Lord Fauntleroy," "I've Got My Ascot 'N' My Dickie" or "Friend of a Friend of the Working Class" in the mid-'90s. Sadly, these guys apparently didn't have enough old money to shelve the routine after their one genuinely amusing record.

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About This Album

This Boston bunch's shtick was to dress up in powdered wigs and 18th century royal finery while foppishly reciting risqué lyrics about their wealth: A sort of Bon Scott burlesque, in other words; hence, the AC/DC-esque title. And if they never touch the Aussies' chops, it's not like Brian Johnson and Angus Young were managing tunes as funny or hooky as "Little Lord Fauntleroy," "I've Got My Ascot 'N' My Dickie" or "Friend of a Friend of the Working Class" in the mid-'90s. Sadly, these guys apparently didn't have enough old money to shelve the routine after their one genuinely amusing record.