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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Riff Rock Kings April 23 2010
By Scooter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I would recommend any album released by indie label Small Stone Records but Sasquatch is most definitely one of their best. Sasquatch's third release simply title 'III' is 12 tracks of pure riff rock excellence. Best of the best including opening track "Get Out of Here" "Pull Me Under" and my personal fave "New Disguise" If you like modern bands with 70's hard rock vibe then get this you won't be disappointed with Sasquatch or any other bands on Small Stone. Support indie hard rock bands and labels where it's about good music and not big money! Thank you Sasquatch and Small Stone Records for keep good music alive. You Rock!!!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Best rock i have heard for years!!!!! Sept. 19 2010
By Sci Fried - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Hi all i am very jaded with the whole radio rock thing and nu metal etc. I am an old school hard rock and heavy metal fan from before men tried to look like girls. I stumbled across this gem just trawling through countless band samples. I was blown away, these guys should be famous and if it happens and it should i hope they dont sell out.
From start to finish heavy riffing awesome vocal style, the drums are superb and the bass is as solid as geezer.
I own the three albums available and cant wait for a new one. If you like Sabbath, early sound garden and kyuss you will love this.
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What rock has been missing - The real thing Dec 10 2010
By M. Rew - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Saw these guys at Smallstone's Showcase in Philly. If you're a fan of 3-piece rock heaviness in the vein of the early 70's, then this is your shiznit! From start to end there's just not a tune I skip. Form driving rock riffs to tuned down near-doominess, it covers a good range. Get out of here should be on the radio, but I guess the mainstream programmers are smarter than me. Get this, it will not disappoint. 5 out of 5
This is a really great album with the 70's stoner rock vibe and a touch of metal sensibility. Feb. 26 2012
By Peter - Published on Amazon.com
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I have loved Sasquatch since their inception, and i can definitely say this is a stellar effort on their part. It has all the classic elements of Sabbath driven stoner rock with catchy hooks and tasty, driving riffs. In some regards, the playing is minimalist, relying on the driving rhythms and a solid backbeat, but there are also some cool, wah laden leads to accompany the songs. If you arent sure about the genre, i would loosely compare them to such bands as QOTSA, Fu Manchu, and even Red Fang.
My current favorite song on the album is Bare My Soul (which almost has a Nugent sensibility to it), and i am a little surprised that songs like Get Out of Here didnt make it into radio rotation.
A definite keeper.

Enjoy!
sasquatch rules again!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jan. 8 2012
By roll tide roll!! - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
these guys do it once again this album is as good or better than sasquatch 2 more stoner riffs songs such as get outa here rocks, pull me under is a good acid trip song , the song soul shaker is my favorite the song just makes my skin crawl in a good way the vocals on this song sound a lot more like cris cornell of soundgarden than any other song they have done but there are a lot of similarities on all 3 albums ,all the songs are great the cover shows 10 songs but there are 12 and they are good too!!!!!! i say buy it or miss out this band should be really bigger but the 90 percent of the people in the world like crappy music grunge should have never died out because this is what i label it....

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