By Elliott Sharp
By Hilary Hughes
By Rob Trucks
By Luke Winkie
By Seth Colter Walls
By Brett Koshkin
By Spencer Wilking
By Christina Black
P>Eagles of Death Metal's Peace Love Death Metal is a series of jokes, some without punchlines, the best being the title and band name. One pictures with pleasure the displeasure on the faces of urban-slum desert-metal fans, at first sucked in by a well-known name, then their noses indignant at the smell of horse piss.
Eagles Of Death Metal
Peace Love Death Metal
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Primarily, it's a rockabilly jam session with a guitarist who sounds like Al Wilson on most numbers, leaving the rest to his imitation of Lux Interior. And Josh Homme comes off as a fair ringer for Fito de la Parra, making these Eagles a screwy alternative to old Canned Heat.
The two-man, woogie-filled boogie team is fine for 30 minutes: up to and including Gerry Rafferty's "Stuck in the Middle With You," which I didn't think was possible to make enjoyable. Then there's a few-second Queens of the Stone Age riff, signifying that for all intents, the show's over. The Southern- dummkopf voice turns annoying, inanely chanting "Shit, goddamn!" just like I used to hear at beer parties 20 years back. Altogether, an excellent choice for listeners dismayed that Elvis Hitler's records are all out of print.
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