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Working Class Hussys / Press

“If WORKING CLASS HUSSYS and front man Ian Patrick Gentles had hit the scene in the mid-1990s, they would undoubtedly be one of the biggest bands in the world by now. Still, as epic as it sounds, they may still get there one day. Changing tastes of generations aside, there is...”

“JERSEY BASED WORKING CLASS HUSSYS BRING ROOTS AND CLASSIC ROCK, A DASH OF BROADWAY DRAMA AND A BLEND OF WIT AND POIGNANCY TO THEIR ALT ROCK VIBE ON ‘DIARY OF A BLUE COLLAR CRACKER’”

“I feel equally like I’ve heard this before and like I am listening to something completely uninfluenced at the same time. The album production is tight without being overproduced… there seems to be a high degree of care and attention to the culmination of sound, allowing all the myriad of sounds to shine through. Overall, well done on all fronts.”

“Diary of a Blue Collar Cracker is one of the most memorable albums that we have had the chance to review this year. ”

“An eclectic blend of 90's alternative and 70's classic and country rock, it was more like "Lynyrd Skynyrd meets Beatles meets Pearl Jam meets Beck meets The Doors".”

“By having such an eccentric, idiosyncratic sound, Working Class Hussys should have no trouble finding steady footing for them. And since everything from the band name to the album title down to the lyrics within each song are always quirky and unpredictable, they are sure to form a lasting memory within the minds of their listeners.”

Alec Cunningham - Independent Music Writer

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