Watts - On The Dial download album
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Girls On Holiday, 03:46. Dancehall Days & Nights, 03:15. She Wants To Rock, 02:25. Sweethearts of the Radio, 03:48. Now playing: Portugal. The Man Feel It Still. Конаково FM. Sam Smith Promises.
Watts "make a superb retro rock n roll racket," says Rob Forbes (Leicester Bangs). A dynamic four-piece aptly named for the gentleman drummer of the Rolling Stones, Watts' sound combines all the best elements of '70s glam, old school punk, new wave, British Invasion and straight up rock-n-roll to create a timeless amalgam that is at once familiar and fresh. Renews automatically.
Watts - On the Dial 02:43. Watts - She Wants To Rock 02:25. Watts - Chaperone 03:28. Supernova Dreams - Watts. One Below The All Time Low - Watts. Flash of White Light - Watts.
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|1||On The Dial||2:43|
|4||Time To Give The Devil His Due||2:39|
|5||Girls On Holiday||3:46|
|6||Dancehall Days & Nights||3:15|
|7||She Wants To Rock||2:25|
|12||Sweethearts Of The Radio||3:48|
NotesBoston Globe review of WATTS ON THE DIAL
They may have nicked their moniker from the surname of reclusive Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, but this Boston foursome is a lot less gentlemanly, and a lot more loud. The band members do have one thing in common with their namesake, though: They too play in a band built on a bedrock of riff-powered songs that have as much to do with swagger as they do melody. Watts also stoke the twin-engine guitar charge of Keith Richards and Ron Wood, although gruff-voiced singer-guitarist Dan Kopko sings better than both, and lead axe John Blout’s tough, blistering solos are closer in spirit to the knotty workouts of AC/DC’s Angus Young (songs like “Afterburn’’ are ripped right from the “Highway to Hell’’ playbook). Add to the stew a sweetening sprinkle of Cheap Trick’s rock candy, a helping of KISS’s cartoon glam, and a sturdy rhythm section to stir the pot (Neighborhoods/Dirty Truckers drummer Johnny Lynch and bassist Craig LaPointe), and you’ve got a failsafe recipe for an album that sounds like a night on the town. Sure, old-fashioned workouts like “Dancehall Days & Nights’’ tap an ancient vein that began with Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley and has mainlined through a billion garage-rock bands ever since; but that’s the addictive, enduring genius of the stuff. Yes, we’ve heard it before. And yes, we want to hear it again. Just ask Charlie Watts. - Jonathan Perry
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