MP3 Bad Lieutenants - Every Time I Come Around
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: motorhead and iggy influenced cowpunk with some 70’s influences
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Sticking with mostly two-minute blasts of balls-out rock n’ roll, Bad Lieutenants are probably what you’d call a punk-n-roll band over anything else, but the roots go back to late 80’s/early 90’s CT hardcore and thrash.
Steve Theriault, the songwriting/guitar-slashing force behind the Bad Lieutenants songs, achieved early underground notoriety in the early 90’s in CFI. This was a period of high musical output and innovation in the suburbs and factory towns of Connecticut, when clubs like the Anthrax and the Brick n Wood provided a much-needed venue for bands and labels staking out their own sonic territory. CFI’s contemporaries included Sonic Plague, Skeletal Ambitions, and Forced Reality.
being a big fan of the Supersuckers, Steve eventually wanted to make music with a little less shredding and thrash. After CFI ended Steve and Brady formed The Chinks, who made many trips into the studio but released no records. In 1998 the Chinks disbanded.
In 2003 Steve completed an obligation to the state of Connecticut and, just before his release began writing to the future members of what would become the Bad Lieutenants. With a formidable catalog of unreleased songs left over from the Chinks and many new numbers from his time away, the new band practiced a couple times and went into the studio.
Here’s what the reviewers say:
UNDER THE VOLCANO (ISSUE 94)
Bad Lieutenants “Every Time I Come Around” (Teenage Heart, POB 302645, Boston, MA 02130) Damn – the Bad Lieutenants are/were a great band. Unfortunately, their lead guitarist/main songwriter, Steve Theriault (formerly of Connecticut Punk band, the Chinks), kicked the bucket in 2005, making this CD a testament to one of the greatest Punk songwriters the world will never know. Crap. Well, at least I have these recordings (ten years in the making) – these 15 songs that rage like Motorhead, riff like AC/DC, indulge in the nihilistic hedonism of the Dwarves (especially on “Little Hitler”) and generally provide some honest, heartfelt (not Emo) Punk’N’Roll that should appeal to anyone with a love of early 80s Punk/Hardcore and even those who appreciate old Metal. I think the remaining band members are still playing these songs – keeping the legacy of Steve alive. Shit, I’d go see ‘em. (CD)https://www.tradebit.comter
The only thing crazier than the Bad Lieutenants sound is their whacked history. Primarily made up of former and very different sounding Connecticut bands, The Chinks and Stitch, the Bad ones call both Boston and Connecticut home. Sadly, the driving force behind this band, guitarist Steve Theriault, died in November 2005, but the rest of the gang forges ahead with reckless abandon. The music is an eclectic collection of balls out rock with many influences ranging from punk (most prevolant), arena rock, and even some good ol fashioned southern chaw rock. Opening track Balls Out of Memphis is a hard hitting rock force with hints of Southern influences similar to the great GoToHells. Billy Smith and Stand Up and Fall are guitar driven smashes with licks of early Cheap Trick arena style madness, only more rock than arena. Little Hitler, one of my favourites, reminds me of The Misfits circa Legacy of Brutality, i.e. Angle Fuck. On the faster side of things, Now You Gone N Done It is insane and is that a hint of Zeppelin style vocals and guitar in there for a few seconds? Fuckers and Waiting on a Lid sounds like old Dee Dee Ramone tunes; think Warthog type stuff. See what I mean? While the music is loaded with hints of this and hints of that, Bad Lieutenants steamroll over those hints with their own manic rocky/punky/thrashy sound thatll either have you reaching for a beer, or throwing someone out the window. With song lengths at approx two minutes, the tunes gun along and end leaving you thirsty for more. As the risk of coming across like a cock smooch, Bostons Brian McCaffrey has been one of my favorite singers since his Stitch daze, so I was glad to hear his return. They have their shyt together on this fifteen song disc and if these guys can keep their shyt together, Bad Lieutenants could have a pretty good run for the foreseeable future. Denis Sheehan
Punk music crafted in an incinerator. That’s a good thing. From the opening track’s blasting riffs to the subterranean lava flowing through the remaining fourteen songs, the Bad Lieutenants have no problem keeping their heads above the music maelstrom. It’s aggressive monotonic ripshit punk, and the songs were penned by Steve Theriault (before he regretfully passed away). The Chinks first played these songs over ten years ago. We’ve got Jim Maxine on drums, Brian McCaffrey on vocals, and Dave Pratt on the first half of the disc; add Pat Leonard on guitar and Javier Canales on bass for the second half. Theriault is main guitar on it all. And I’m sure all those who played with him are proud, and rightfully so. A sense of subtle humor is in these songs, but you have to listen for it. This is punk music that wants to be taken seriously, and then gives you a sly smirk. Nice work. (Mike Loce)