This raw, unapologetic romp from the Insect provides some of the punchier moments of '60s British Invasion. No psychedelia, no rants of free love -- it's just straight up rock & roll with all the sleaze and angst conveniently wrapped up in a 7" package. With a style reminiscent of both the Kinks' "Really Got Me Now"-era and the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction"-era, the Insect has all the best qualities of a '90s band trying to recapture a period of rock when it was simple, rebellious, and gimmick-free. And best of all, there are no obnoxiously fake British accents to be found on here.
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