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Hit And Run by T.S.O.L.

Album

Hit And Run

T.S.O.L.

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Album

Hit And Run

T.S.O.L.

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Label: Ryko/Rhino
Perhaps figuring if The Cult could do it, they could too, ex-punks True Sounds of Liberty sold out to big-haired sleaze-metal on this Capitol-distributed 1987 album, while also (notably in saxed-up "Good Mornin' Blues") howling back at an earlier, seedy L.A. of The Doors. "Dreamer" has a slight Johnny Cash twang, and "Where Did I Go Wrong" is a coed ballad. But mostly we get meaty if cynical Angus Young riffs, to catchiest effect in the shout-along title cut and "Sixteen." Even the fairly sappy closer "You Can Try," about how it's hard to help people who won't help themselves, is tolerable.

About This Album

Perhaps figuring if The Cult could do it, they could too, ex-punks True Sounds of Liberty sold out to big-haired sleaze-metal on this Capitol-distributed 1987 album, while also (notably in saxed-up "Good Mornin' Blues") howling back at an earlier, seedy L.A. of The Doors. "Dreamer" has a slight Johnny Cash twang, and "Where Did I Go Wrong" is a coed ballad. But mostly we get meaty if cynical Angus Young riffs, to catchiest effect in the shout-along title cut and "Sixteen." Even the fairly sappy closer "You Can Try," about how it's hard to help people who won't help themselves, is tolerable.

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About This Album

Perhaps figuring if The Cult could do it, they could too, ex-punks True Sounds of Liberty sold out to big-haired sleaze-metal on this Capitol-distributed 1987 album, while also (notably in saxed-up "Good Mornin' Blues") howling back at an earlier, seedy L.A. of The Doors. "Dreamer" has a slight Johnny Cash twang, and "Where Did I Go Wrong" is a coed ballad. But mostly we get meaty if cynical Angus Young riffs, to catchiest effect in the shout-along title cut and "Sixteen." Even the fairly sappy closer "You Can Try," about how it's hard to help people who won't help themselves, is tolerable.