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Superdrag returns with Headtrip In Every Key, a new batch of intense, moody power pop tunes that show them expanding on their irresistible pop sense.
Twenty years ago, Elvis Costello wanted to bite the hand that fed him; on Superdrag's second major-label album, frontman John Davis, a former Buzz Bin baby, bares his own teeth. The band rings hardest and truest on "Do the Vampire," a Who-like yelp against backlash from radio and hometown fans, and "Bankrupt Vibration," which slaps the dead face of current "alternative" radio. A completely unpretentious leap forward from 1996's excellent Regretfully Yours, Head Trip in Every Key stands on the earlier album's hard-pop base while adding acoustic guitars, strings, horns, raga-rock elements, and echoes of everything from Odessey and Oracle, T. Rex, and Matthew Sweet to the first Boston album. --Rickey Wright
One of the best albums of the late 90's! I'm so glad this has been reissued on vinyl, it sounds amazing!Published 7 months ago by Nojwise
Classic 90's power pop album. Heavily influenced by the zombies and Big Star.Published 10 months ago by jeremy
If you are new to Superdrag or just heard "Sucked Out" a few times, then i highly recommend picking this up. I dont have a favorite song here, as the whole thing is just amazing. Read morePublished 18 months ago by KentuckyDrummer
What a GREAT band & CD. I first heard Superdrag on 88.3 WXUT University of Toledo and really DIG them.
ROCK on Superdrag!
This album is too good for words. I had the cassette when this album came out and I played it non-stop. A rock album should always sound this diverse and rich. Read morePublished on April 18, 2009 by Michael T. Rieck
I purchased this album the day it came out in 97 by accident. I was at a local record store and they had some small adverts for it and I got it. Read morePublished on September 13, 2006 by R. Rodriguez
First of all, I have to say that this band isn't the normal style of music that I listen to. I usually like progressive metal and rock and classical, but ever since I got... Read morePublished on April 2, 2005 by Ryan J. McCloskey
Head Trip is simply a fantastic rock and roll album. Superdrag make great records, this is their sophomore effort and it too is great. Read morePublished on January 28, 2005 by J. Clark