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Shotgun Express: "Gypsy Blues" review (Hardrock Haven)


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Lookin' for a blast of raw, attitude-drenched sleaze-rock? Check out my review of Shotgun Express: "Gypsy Blues" over at Hardrock Haven. Just click the link below:

 

http://hardrockhaven.net/online/2012/11/shotgun-express-gypsy-blues/

 

Not a mindblowing album by any means, but solid stuff. Just don't go in expecting the next Crashdiet...these guys are a little more Roxx Gang, if you know what I mean.

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