Take a smattering of Reef, a heavy-weight chunk of Rage Against The Machine and a dollop of Lenny Kravitz, and you'll have a vague idea of where Moke are coming from. Big guitars, thudding bass-lines and classic rock vocals...
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"one of Britain's most promising guitar groupsFans of Reef's robust song-writing and rockin', snowboardin' melodies will love this" - THE FACE
"Take a smattering of Reef, a heavy-weight chunk of Rage Against The Machine and an unhealthy dollop of Lenny Kravitz, and you'll have a vague idea of where Moke are coming from. Big guitars, thudding bass-lines and classic rock vocals" - FHM
"they rock in a staggeringly proficient Blues Against The Machine sex groove way that'll pull in the skate kids as well as the bikers. Just the band Skunk Anansie should've been given in their Christmas rocking stockings." - NME
"You'll love this. (Stone Roses frontman) Ian Brown does." - VELOCITY
"Moke have the testosterone-fuelled, blue collar passion of Springsteen, allied to the spring-loaded guitar dynamics of Reefthis debut album goes for the full-on, mid-Atlantic stadium effect." - VOX
"Funky, punky and more explosive than a Zippo filled with n! apalm" - TOTAL GUITAR
"IF GROOVE is your bagMoke will be the most exciting new rock band you'll hear this yearin Johnny Hogg, they have arguably the best, most soulful singer in Britain." - KERRANG!
"There's hints of Senser, Jane's Addiction, Rage Against The Machine and even Finley Quayeyet the band remain stunningly originalJohn Hogg's vocals take on a range comparable to that of Perry Farrell, and that in itself is praise of the highest order." - ECLIPSE
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