“High Time” by MC5 - album review

TJR says

Any promise that was shown on the preceding “Back In The USA” is all but gone here on this wholly RAWK affair; their revered status as inspirational Punk gods is unmerited as far as my ears can tell. Only “Skunk (Sonicly Speaking)” strikes a chord for me, bursting into life with a whole lot of trombone, trumpet, sax and whatnot. The album sunk without trace, hard drugs took over the band members' lives, and within a year they'd split up, some winding up in the jail on drug charges. Uncool.

The Jukebox Rebel
09-Jan-2016

A1 [07:23] 5.1.png MC5 - Sister Anne (Fred Smith) Rock
A2 [05:32] 5.2.png MC5 - Baby Won’t Ya (Fred Smith) Rock
A3 [05:08] 2.8.png MC5 - Miss X (Wayne Kramer) Rock
A4 [03:24] 5.5.png MC5 - Gotta Keep Movin’ (Dennis Thompson) Rock
B1 [06:21] 4.0.png MC5 - Future/Now (Rob Tyner) Rock
B2 [03:24] 3.6.png MC5 - Poison (Wayne Kramer) Rock
B3 [05:13] 4.3.png MC5 - Over And Over (Fred Smith) Rock
B4 [05:31] 6.2.png MC5 - Skunk (Sonicly Speaking) (Fred Smith) Rock




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