Mississippi’s 3 Doors Down serves up its brand of song-free Southern rock with occasional nu-metal superfluities while copping from themselves (their 2003 Iraqi war-assisted smash “When I’m Gone” gets reworked). And catching a cinderblock with your face would be more fun than listening to “Landing in London,” which, incidentally, sports a Bob Seger appearance. In short, you’d experience more joy bobbing for apples in a punchbowl filled with bodily fluids left over from American Bukkake 19 than enduring any of this right-leaning jizz. Recommended for cross-eyed hill-folk, blond chicks driving SUVs and any Bush devotee.
Luke Hackney writes about music for Metro Times. Send comments to email@example.com.
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