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CD THE BEAUTIFULLY DEMOLISHED EP review

THE BEAUTIFULLY DEMOLISHED

EP

2013

 

GLORIOUSLY DIRTY ROCK AND ROLL

 

Three songs is never enough to form a solid opinion of a band, but that’s the fleeting glimpse we get of The Beautifully Demolished on this EP. Coming across very old school, heavy on the riff, foot down for the big chorus, there’s a lot in the mix from a punk-sleaze attitude to a Southern slant a-la bands like eighties underdogs Little Caesar.  

 

 


First impressions are good ‘Beautifully Demolished’ is a fine track with a big chorus and a great groove, it’s also a song seemingly made for a party, well at least the sort of parties I’d be hanging about at.
On ‘Heart Tattoo’ we get to hear the lighter side of the band, it’s a mid-tempo track thick with melody and almost bordering on country-tinged. It’s also pretty infectious.

 

 


Last track ‘Rock Scars’ is the old tale of life in a band, backed with some nice harp and a great backbeat. All in all you can’t help wanting to hear more. If the Beautifully Demolished can build on this they will go far, but three songs is far too small a bite.    

 

 


For fans of Little Caesar and Rock City Angels and the bluesier side of eighties rock…

 

 

Mark Diggins

 

CD THE BEAUTIFULLY DEMOLISHED EP REVIEW 2013