After a long night of heaving drinking (I know we’ve all been there) you really only have two options if you can’t sleep it off. You can either find a Waffle House and thrown down some grits, gravy, sausage, and strong black coffee or you can suck it up and keep drinking. While neither really works and both usually (ultimately) leave you worse off than before, Left Lane Cruiser’s second album for Alive Records, All You Can Eat, is the musical equivalent of both those choices. You might be familiar with the band as having the #16 album on my list of favorite albums of 2008, but if you aren’t, listen up. Left Lane Cruiser is punk-ass blues duo from Fort Wayne, Indiana whose sonic slop is simply ferocious. Joe Evans bashes on the electric guitar and spits out distorted and liquor-stung vocals while Brenn Beck smashes his drums like a man possessed. It’s a rumbling tinnitus-inducing musical vertigo of swampy Mississippi-style ghetto electric blues that’s greasy, grimy, gritty, and basically un-fucking-real. It’s the kind of music that should be played in dark, sweaty, dive bars while yer pounding shots of Wild Turkey. What you really need to know is that All You Can Eat has been in steady rotation since it came across my desk about a month ago and ain’t goin’ nowhere anytime soon.
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