The Southern-fried punk-rock of Florida's the Crumbs is a scrumptious, irresistible thing, doused with rockabilly leads that will sear your tongue, boogie-woogie chords that will have your ass shaking like an impaled water moccasin, and Wild Turkey-inspired swagger that will knock you off your bar stool, through the window, and into an alligator's waiting jaws. The Crumbs' hunky, Peruvian singer Raf Classic has one of the best voices in punk-rock, and their guitarist Johnny B has improved greatly since the band's first recordings. On raging numbers like "There Goes Another," "Chase it Down," and "The Steaming Tongue," the Crumbs prove they've nailed down a blues-and-bayou sound on Low and Behold that's meaner than an Alabama jail warden.
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AllMusic Review by Adam Bregman