This disc starts out with a riff that sounds as if it would have been at home on any '80s-era Judas Priest album. Don't let that fool you, though. The CD is not the latest metal headbanging release. Instead, the music on here is much closer to something by groups like Depeche Mode and Bauhaus, leaning closer to the latter group. It is a very entertaining release in that sort of genre, with a few surprises. The biggest of those surprises is the cover of ZZ Top's ^"Sharp Dressed Man." The cut is fairly faithful both to the original and to the Euro sort of sound that the rest of the CD has.
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AllMusic Review by Gary Hill