“It's damn near impossible to be elegantly wasted, so it's awesome that a band chose that for a name, Elegantly Wasted. Their offering "Let It Rain,"is another highlight of the CD.
— Hardrock Haven, USA
“'Let It Rain' by Hollywood rockers Elegantly Wasted, which calls to mind classic Guns N' Roses-style rock with a more modern Foo Fighters-esque sound.
— Hardrock House UK
““Greetings from a strange place” is an incredible work, really high sound quality makes it comparable to any major label album.
Lenny J’s voice drives the band through styles from Buckcherry to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and in between. The result is a modern brew that shows off all their influences. From the Bluesy “Quicksand” to the modern “Circles” that opens the CD, everything warmed me up like a good whiskey. This is how rock and roll should be today!
— No Respect Online Magazine, Italy
“Hook-laden yet unpredictable, edgy but polished,
groove heavy with mucho musicality, this offering from
Elegantly Wasted is a treat for sore ears. Fans of vintage Guns’n’Roses Buckcherry and The Black Crowes, Keep tabs on these tunesmiths!
Guitar One Magazine
“From the opening strains of “Circles” to the finale of “End of the day”
Elegantly Wasted remains both totally original and refreshingly creative.
Top notch playing, well-crafted songs and even a cover of Marc Bolan’s
“20th Century Boy” highlights this powerful rock CD.
“Greetings from a strange place”
is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise ho-hum rock world.
Music Biz Magazine