TAKE IT TO THE STREETS – THE ANGELS
- Emma Barnett
- Thursday, 27 September 2012
It’s nice to know that quality Australian rock still exists. Take it to the Streets is the brand new album from classic rockers The Angels, the band who gave us hits like We Gotta Get Out of This Place and Am I Ever Going to See Your Face Again? in the 70s and 80s. Now with more than 30 years under their belt, and the added throttle of David Gleeson’s voice, (of Screaming Jets fame) The Angels give us 14 tracks bursting with mature, wired energy; a journey through the soundscapes of gripping electric guitar riffs, clear, crashing drums and soaring vocal lines over rock-rolling rhythms. Proving they’ve more than ‘still got it’, their killer, authoritative pub-rock timbre is enhanced with the reverb of organ, harmonica and tambourine.
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