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BLACK STONE CHERRY

BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

Released 2011

 

 

Track Listing: White Trash Millionaire | Killing Floor | In My Blood | Such A Shame | Won't Let Go | Blame It on the Boom Boom | Like I Roll | Can't You See | Let Me See You Shake

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Bonus Tracks

Staring at the Mirror (iTunes Bonus Track)

Fade Away (iTunes Bonus Track)

Die For You (iTunes Bonus Track)

 

 

 

Kentucky’s finest Black Stone Cherry return after a 3year absence with their third album. And was it worth the wait?? HELL YEAH !! It is without a doubt their finest work to date and coming on the back of two classic albums. Fussing their southern style roots with hard rock, its hard not to like B.S.C.

 

 

First single to be released from the cd is the annoyingly catchy ‘White Trash Millionaire’ the teaser that set the standard for what’s to come, a great song and a fine choice for the first single but surprisingly this song was nearly cut from the final track listings.

 

 

‘In My Blood’ is just the finest piece of work these guys have done, it sum’s up a year in the life of the band - every emotion, triumph, loss, romance and everything that comes in between. Chris Robertson sing’s with so much passion that it send shivers down your spine.

 

 

‘Blame It on the Boom Boom’ is one of those tongue in cheek songs that just keeps you smiling all the way through.

 

 

B.S.C have produced one hell of a loud album of the finest quality, every track just oozes southern charm and it is addictive as southern fried chicken and as smooth as a Kentucky bourbon. If there is one cd you have to have this year Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea’ is a must!! this has to be my cd of the year so far.

 

 

 

Reviewed by Paul

 

Star rating 5 excellent