On "Run Johnny Run" and "Thrill Me," you can practically taste the Blatz, while "Falling Down" might, on a good drunken night, raise the corpse of Gene Vincent. On "Gone Gone Goodbye" and "Remember the Nights," you swear that Sussia is Elvis. The raging psychobilly track, "Hell Bound Train," is suitably crammed with disgraced angels. This isn’t the best rockabilly record ever recorded, but it’s as close as you’re going to get these days.Appears Thursday, Oct. 6, at Alvin’s, 5756 Cass Ave., Detroit; 313-831-4577. With the Rat Finks.
Dustin Walsh writes about music for Metro Times. Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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