It's hard to know where to begin here. One look at the cover and, well, it's hard to put into words. Yes, this is real. Mustache have produced an album complete with the riffs, banter, and fake crowd noise that helped to make the '70s "special." While there is nothing really new on the album, what they do, they do well. Their take on southern boogie-rock is nearly perfect, and when they blend it with '90s style metal, it's as if Lemmy was born in Alabama. What makes this album (and the group for that matter) special is that you know they're not trying to fool anyone.
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AllMusic Review by Chris True