Label: TKO Records - TKO ROUND 127 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
Only a glimpse at the cover makes you breathe harder. A red haired vulgar looking woman in a sexy bra showing lots of skin and tattoos is detonating a cat. Please don't try this at home. This animal is a professional stuntcat that knows what to do in critical situations.
Your cat probably isn't and you could do severe damage to it. But now for something completely different: music! After having read this part of the review, you must have understood that Terri is a tough girl Oh Yeah! - Texas Terri Bomb!* - Your Lips. My Ass! a real street attitude. She moved from Austin, TX to Hollywood to become a singer and an actress. The music on her new CD is mostly influenced by early New York punk.
This is combined with huge parts of rock'n'roll and a pinch of glam. All songs go more 1.
Contrapunctus 1 - Bach* - Academy Of St. Martin-In-The-Fields*, Neville Marriner* - Die Kunst Der less into the same straight direction. The only disappointing song is Oh Yeah which is too simple and the guitars are played in a horrible way. The album also contains a well done cover version of Thin Lizzy's The Rocker. Many famous people seem to like Texas Terri Bomb, how else would you explain that she gets support on this album by Wayne Kramer himself and by musicians from The Dwarves, The Dickies and the Alice Cooper band?
On The Road From Boston - David Mallett - Hard Light, Like Sand - In Flames - Battles, After Youve Gone - Eydie Gorme* - Eydie Swings The Blues, Im Afraid Of The Masquerade - George Benson - George Benson