One Rude Easter Bunny/Live

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Ann Arbor, MI's Mazinga and Washington, D.C.'s Adam West team up for this split single. Mazinga's efficient but full-bodied rock displays more than a bit of the influence of their Midwestern forbearers, MC5 and Sonic's Rendezvous Band, and Chris "Box" Taylor's big, fuzzy chordings and the rhythm section of Big Tony O'Farrell on bass on Don Blum on drums drives the band's two songs like they're ready for the Daytona 500. Adam West sounds a bit tighter, and vocalist Jake Starr obviously had the good sense to stop listening to Glenn Danzig before he started to really suck, but overall their material is less impressive and doesn't have the same distinctive personality. In this rock battle, Mazinga wins out, though Adam West fares well enough to demand a rematch some day.

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Title/Composer Performer Time
feat: Adam West
feat: Adam West
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