It has taken the American Planet 9 more then ten years to record their debut album. For the guys started tuning their infectious American version of the Aussie pubrock back in 1999. Let’s hope it won’t take them another decade to record the follow-up for their self-titled debut is filled with incredible no-nonsense-rock. Perfect translations of the disgruntled and angry working man who wants to shake its fists in the air. With son Geoff on the drums, bassplayer and second vocalist Rich Wilson form a tight family rhythm section. The guitars provide a great amount of massive riffs and a solo here and there at the right moment, though never to excess. Think Circus of Power, Black Label Society, Skid Row, Airbourne, Four Horsemen and American Dog. A typical band for the dark dusty tavern, racetrack and motorclub circuit. Grit yer teeth and rock on!
Young Scientist – Over Low Trees... (cassette, 1979)
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