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Band
Bullet Train Blast
Title
Shake Rattle Racing
Type
LP/EP
Company
Mighty Music
YOR
2015
Style
Hard Rock
6/23/2015 - Review by: Eric Compton
Bullet Train Blast
Shake Rattle Racing




Company: Mighty Music
Release: 2015
Genre: Hard Rock
Reviewer: Eric Compton

  • Strong hooks and bluesy licks



  • Mighty Music, a subsidiary of Target, continues to dive and delve for quality hard rock and heavy metal. After recent acquisitions of Mike Tramp, Sea and Saint Rebel, the label backs another stout effort from native Danish band Bullet Train Blast. This album follows the successful 'Nothing Remains' release, a record that saw the band reach prominence with a 13th place on the Danish charts. The group utilize two new members on this offering, Jakob Ellerup (bass) and Henrik Jacobsen (guitar), two placements that may have elevated the band's "groovy" presentation and Southern-fried flavor. Vocalist Martin Larsen still shows off his vocal tenacity, almost a dead ringer for Bang Tango's Joe Leste. With solid production from powerhouse producer Tue Madsen, 'Shake Rattle Racing' absolutely floors it to the finish with strong hooks and bluesy licks. Think Black Stone Cherry meets Van Halen...just like the sticker says.


    • 1 :REVIEW COUNT
      3.5 :AVE RATING

    ALL REVIEWS FOR: BULLET TRAIN BLAST
    TITLE
    DOR
    COMPANY
    REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
    Shake Rattle Racing
    2015
    Mighty Music
    Eric Compton6/23/2015
    3.5

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