Cadillac Tramps – Live! – CD

Cadillac Tramps – Live! – CD

Cadillac Tramps – Live! – CD (BYO Records) This is a true rock and roll band in the tradition of Social Distortion and The Supersuckers. The Cadillac Tramps also bring to mind the best aspects of Guns ‘n’ Roses. If rock is making a comeback...
The Casualties – For the Punx – CD

The Casualties – For the Punx – CD

The Casualties – For the Punx – CD (GMM Records) Gutter punk ’77 style straight outta NYC. These guys have the look (the mohawks, the bondage pants, the spiked leather), and the snotty attitudes to match. Great live photos, and the cover is nice and...
Cro-Mags – Revenge – CD

Cro-Mags – Revenge – CD

Cro-Mags – Revenge – CD Hardcore punk crap. I’m sure these guys have many fans around , but I’m definitely not one of them. Is this CD supposed to sound angry and aggressive?? Green Day is more aggressive than this. 2/10 - Johnny Death...
Crosby – Nash – Live – CD

Crosby – Nash – Live – CD

Crosby – Nash – Live – CD (MCA / Universal Records) This release starts off explosively with the melding of the two voices floating on a rockin’/percussive musical carpet. Then the two start to mellow out, which didn’t grab me as much....
Catch 22 – Washed Up! – CD

Catch 22 – Washed Up! – CD

Catch 22 – Washed Up! – CD (Victory Records) Well, their last release “Keasby Nights” was one of my favorites last year. So, when I heard about this new EP I was really excited, but a bit pensive since I heard that their main singer had left. Actually, two...
Canned Heat – Boogie 2000 – CD

Canned Heat – Boogie 2000 – CD

Canned Heat – Boogie 2000 – CD (Ruf Records) This band has been around since 1966 and has a staple for those living the Dead, Phish, Widespread Panic circuit. The latest release contains muted blues-rock-country music with some good guitar work, good...
Catchpenny – Little Shut Up – CD

Catchpenny – Little Shut Up – CD

Catchpenny – Little Shut Up – CD These guys play really good power pop that lies somewhere between Toad the Wet Sprocket and Sicko. However, the vocals are just annoying and don’t fit the band. I’m reminded of the Hobbit trying to sing. I think his problem...
Catchpenny – Dajom – CD

Catchpenny – Dajom – CD

Catchpenny – Dajom – CD Another release by the Hobbit singer…I mean Catchpenny. On this release I think the singer strays even further from the band…except when he yells or gets into some pissed off vocals. Like at the end of …Kidding Myself. I think that...