The Cherry Valence make their Estrus debut in high style, cramming a two-fisted onslaught of cranked-up rock & roll with plenty of '70s sleaze to grease your insides. There's a mix of influences here, predominantly Ted Nugent. Imagine the Nuge fronting early Motley Crue doing Hellacopters songs, and you're pretty much there. Toss in some Rob Tyner and Motorhead into the cocktail, sprinkle in a bit of the groove, and you have a pretty potent potion.
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AllMusic Review by Jeremy Salmon