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  • Audio CD (March 30, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Caroline Distribution
  • ASIN: B00000HZD9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #492,400 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MrHonorama on March 31, 1999
In an age where just being a rock-and-roll band seems to never be enough for those who spot trends, real rock-and-roll bands are needed more than ever. And the Gaza Strippers come to the rescue on their debut disc, LACED CANDY. Former Didjits frontman Rick Sims has joined forces with three top notch musicians to wax an album that will please his fans and sound fresh to those underwhelmed by current rock fashion. The crisp snare drums and steady bass on the intro to "Automat" are a harbringer of the stellar rhythm section of drummer Cory Stateler and Darren Hooper. And "Automat" is one of many tunes that confirm that Sims can write a bad-ass, four-on-the-floor rocker with the best of them (see also "C'mon Join The Ride", "Throttle Bottom", "Missile Command" for further proof). The sound here is an extension of the Didjits -- fast tempos that aren't so fast that they become monotonous hardcore, and adrenalized guitar riffs and stinging leads that show that you can be simulataneously inspired by Kiss and Buzzcocks. Which isn't to say that the band is merely a copy. Not only is the rhythm section superlative, but Mike Hodgekiss more than holds his own on guitar. A lot of guitarists might have shrunk at the challenge of playing with a wild man like Sims, but Hodgekiss shines in his own right, and adds to the powerhouse effect of the band. In addition to the expected rockers, there are some nice detours: "Brainwasher" is slinky sci-fi trash, with throbbing work from Hooper; "Ape" features some creative guitar work in the verses, and a Dickies-after-a-hit-of-testosterone chorus; and "Dear Mr.Read more ›
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By A Customer on November 13, 1999
The Gaza Strippers have resaturated a world full of pop and junk with their unique brand of high energy guitar frenzied music. It it good to see that these bands still exist and I hope to God they don't sell out to the Hollywood record execs just quite yet. They are in what I can describe as "the best point in a music career to be in" because we're not seeing them in the big corporate barns. I enjoy the energy they draw off the crowds in the small venuee. Gaza Strippers are definitely a rock and roll institution.
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New sound to Cleveland. The band is lively and hard driving. The pumping sounds of the rythm section makes this band. Powerful guitar riffs by Rick Simms and Mike Hodgkiss plus Mike's stage antics makes the band exciting to watch live. Looking for great things from this band. Grab hold of their newest album Laced Candy by Mann Records. Look for tour dates coming soon.
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By A Customer on August 19, 1999
Chicago always seems to breed some of the best music in the country....the legacy continues here.
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