Hailing from Seattle WA, Post Stardom Depression continue
the tradition of great bands and will kick you in the nuts without
remorse. Mixing metal, post-grunge and hard driving rock and roll
with a bluesy cadence, PSD harkens back to the heyday of Guns'N'Roses.
Jefferson Angel reminds would-be rocker's what a front-man's
role is as he saunters through each track with arrogant confidence.
Musically, the band incorporates Stones-like riffs with
an equally greasy bravado, yet remain diverse enough to hold the
listeners attention. Prime Time Looks A Lot Like Amateur Night
is not necessarily better than band's previous two releases
but rather an expansion of their talent.
1. These Days A Dollar
2. What You See Is What You Get
3. The Price Tag On My Soul U
4. The Ambulance Chaser
5. Gimmie Gimmie
6. Make My Telephone Ring
7. The Great Big Burn
8. Borrowed Time
9. An Obvious Noise
10. The One That Got Away
11. The Last Word
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