RED HOT, SLEAZY GARAGE ROCK 'N' ROLL.
Basingstoke based punk 'n' rollers have built themselves quite a reputation on
the London live scene, not least because of vocalist / guitarist Pussycat's
flamboyant persona that's part cat woman, part Ivy Rorschach. The Dirty
Johnsons mix punk, blues and garage with nods to The Stooges and The Cramps and
a bit of atmospheric Theremin for that b-movie feel. There's a rich vein of
humour in 'Orgasmic Pizza' and 'Daddy Long Legs' without detracting from
seriously raucous rock 'n' roll. Fans of Devilish Presley and The Creepshow
will find plenty to like on this album.
-Vive Le Rock
I saw this band live a week ago and was blown away by them. I hadn't heard their album before I saw them, but it showcases their music to date. Pussycat has a fantastic voice - which is exactly the same when she sings live - a great big voice from such a tiny frame! I highly recommend this album and if you get a chance to see them live you MUST GO!!! Their 'punk rock 'n' roll' music has slight elements of The Cramps and The Stooges and when playing live there was a mixture of Punks, Rockabillies and others among the crowd. I can't rate this band highly enough! Top marks all around! -Psycho