Die Hunns Long Legs

Nothing less than what you would expect from U.S. Bombs’ Duane Peters and Nashville Pussy’s Corey Parks, Long Legs is dirty rock’n’roll, ruled over by both Peters’ and Parks’ distinctive vocals. Despite the fact that Peters is now over 40, he has clearly maintained his punk rock sensibility, and while most tracks on this collection owe more to straight up rock than anything punk-related, there remains a very early Clash feel to many of the songs, particularly on the acoustic-heavy "Animals.” The rest of Die Hunns play with proficiency and feeling, and while Peters and Parks remain the stars of the show, there are moments when drummer Joel Ronamoe is able to shine through the sonic filthiness. While a little too similar from beginning to end, there are enough great song on Long Legs to make it a worthwhile listen. (Disaster)