Mullet Rock Too: Mullets In Love Review
(rating: 5 bitchin t'topped Firebirds.) As of late it may seem to the untrained eye that I have given up on my previous work with my beloved mullets. This is like saying Jane Goodall quit working with chimps. You just don't give up your passion. So when the chance came to review this cd, I had to take it. This cd is 18 tracks of rock like it used to be made when men could wear half shirts and not be called gay. As you can see I gave this a rating of 5 bitchin t'topped Firebirds. If this cd doesn't have you picturing Tawny Kitan writhing about on a black '78 Pontiac Trans Am, you have no business in rock n roll. The album is set up to be like the old cassettes or records, where one side has one theme, and the reverse has another theme. In this case "side one" is labeled "psyched" and it features ass kicking love songs by none other than the Nuge, Boston, Fog Hat, Eddie Money, Jefferson Starship, Aldo Nova, B. O. C, Joan Jet, and the J Geils Band.
"Side two" is labeled "bummed". And this is a little something for the softer side of the mullet. The bummed side is for when your not legal yet girlfriend has left you for someone else and you smoke your entire meth stash in protest. You mullets out there know what I'm talking about. The bummed side offers up: Nazereth, Cheap Trick, Reo Speedwagon, Night Ranger, Bonnie Tyler, Cinderella, Skynyrd, and Kansas for your hearing pleasure. A fun personal fact here, one of the first times I seriously made out with a girl, Nazereth's "Love Hurts" was on the radio. I nearly became a man that night. Good times.
In closing, I'll leave you with this quote from the Nuge himself, "life starts at point a and ends at point b, kick maximumn ass!"
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