Butchers, The - learnin' the ropes
Finally! For the benefit of all true rock'n'roll fans, there is a proper release by The Butchers! This band rose to fame (or rather infamy) in the late 90's while Carl Templar had been living in Seattle and joined forces with the one and only Stu 'the ayatollah of street rock & rolla'. Together with brothers Dwyane and Rich as the rhythm section, The Butchers destroyed stages from far & wide (at least in the Pacific Northwest) with their bombastic live shows that included equal parts originals and R'n'R classics as well as honed musical skills and drunken chaotic madness. Depending on the state of mind that you saw them in, you either loved them or hated them (and sometimes both at the same time!) At least they captured their better moments in the studio and even though it's taken well over 10 years to hit the streets and become widely available, The Butchers are an undeniable diamond in the rough that should not be over-looked!
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