2001 release for Swedish indie rock act inspired by Blondie & PJ Harvey, the followup to their 1999 release, C'monLet's Pretend. 13 tracks in all including 'Fire Alarm','Fall Into Line' & 'A Perfect Mess'.
From the Runaways to the Donnas, the garage has served as a safe haven for women who would rather be
rock stars than sleep with them. The latest quartet of girls to strap on electric guitars, throw on a pair of scuffed-up Converse sneakers, and howl like maniacs comes from the small town of Robertsfors, Sweden. Like the finest work of fellow Swedes the Hives and Division of Laura Lee, Sahara Hotnights' brash debut album runs exclusively on heavy riffs and even heavier attitude. They roll out the hairy '70s punk guitars for "Alright Alright (Here's My Fist, Where's the Fight?)," talks hair-yanking trash on "Only the Fakes Survive," and does a bang-up early Blondie tribute with "Keep Up the Speed." Explosive, indeed. --Aidin Vaziri