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“Eat the Slug puts you right smack dab in the early 90’s Seattle scene, where Nirvana and Sonic Youth collide.”
“Johnny Horne’s recordings sound good, but live it’s even better. It is like being hit by a wall of amazing sound!”
“100% punk certified! If the Cramps got together with Hole we’d have Nancy. Naughty but nice! Memorable tune.”
“It’s like Uriah Heep kinda mixed with the Screaming Trees. Good stuff. Rock on!”