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Dustsucker - Jack Knife Rendezvous
Rancid, dirty, drunk and headbanging. The ingredients chosen for the most heavy of rock ‘n roll. No sissy Elvis stuff. Just getting drunk and partying. That’s how Germany’s Dustsucker sounds, so that’s how I’ll take it!
With rock ‘n roll I always feel like the more dirty it is, the more I like it. This stuff is quite dirty, but it still has a very crystal clear production over it. So it lingers a bit in between the good ol’ fashion stuff and the raw power attack. Like most of the bands in this style, there is virtually no variation in the songs, and that bites a bit. Mostly due to the fact that the riffs they play never seem to really get a grip on me and make me feel like drinking. Perhaps they could if I was already drunk, but I haven’t been in the position to create an opinion about that yet.
Vocally there is just a raw voice that practically never changes. The solo’s are older than Lemmy and the drumwork doesn’t add anything refreshing neither. I think if they had used a more dirty approach with their production it would sound a whole lot more in the sphere of the genre. Jack Knife Rendezvous makes Dustsucker musically sound like an American high school rock ‘n roll band or something, and if it wasn’t for the vocals they would’ve been.
So, obviously we’re not dealing with the new Motörhead here but with an average rock ‘n roll band with better production than they should have. How often do you say that?! Boys, pay less time to production and more time to good riffing!
Dustsucker - Jack Knife Rendezvous
60/1001Details Limb Music Productions/SPV
Released on Friday Sep 29th, 2006
Rock 'n Roll

Writer @DemonDust on Friday Oct 13th, 2006

Tags: #Dustsucker
Tracklisting 01. Dead On Wheels 02:55
02. Jack Knife Rendezvous 02:17
03. Wasted Times 03:38
04. Under The Hammer 05:03
05. Bleed For My Strings 03:40
06. Dust Is Rising 03:41
07. Continental King 02:59
08. Out For Blood 02:52
09. Burning Glass 02:46
10. Ten Feet High 02:58
11. Witch Of Death 03:27
12. Bigger Than Ever 03:50
Line up Max Count Farmer - guitar, lead vocals
Marco Piermattei - drums, backing vocals
Danny Duster - bass, backing vocals
Bill Salisbury - guitar, backing vocals