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1 review »The Hold Steady could be described as Husker Du meets The Replacements with Charles Bukowski writing the lyrics. All the sleazy subjects are covered on “Separation Sunday”, booze, drugs, sex. There’s fractured bar room rock ‘n’ roll on “Charlemagne In Sweatpants&r ... »

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Seperation Sunday by The Hold Steady
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7/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 2nd July 2015

The Hold Steady could be described as Husker Du meets The Replacements with Charles Bukowski writing the lyrics. All the sleazy subjects are covered on “Separation Sunday”, booze, drugs, sex. There’s fractured bar room rock ‘n’ roll on “Charlemagne In Sweatpants” during which frontman Craig Finn can barely get the words out of his mouth quickly enough - he spits as they tumble out. One of the standouts, “Your Little Hoodrat Friend” tackles the dregs of society and an unhealthy relationship with religion. With the exception of a couple of laid back songs, “Don’t Let Me Explode” and “Crucifixion Cruise”, Craig Finn is in your face for the duration, the thick guitars and his vocal delivery makes for an intense ride of an album.


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