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Drop Dead Pin-Ups / Press

“Their album, Electric Nights, puts a spin on classic rockabilly by giving it a bit of life with thrashing guitars and grungy vocals. Using simple melodies and catchy hooks, DDP has made it incredibly easy to get every one of their songs stuck in your head. And regardless of the fact that the lyrics are a little difficult to understand, the album has an appeal to it reminiscent of the Ramones in that tunes are so memorable on their own (and you’ll probably be too busy shaking it to sing along anyway). What these guys give us is that gritty, unadulterated rock that got lost somewhere between glam and pop and reintroduces us to that old-fashioned rock n roll. They give us back that feeling of recklessness and invincibility that comes with being young and carefree. They remind us of the time when our biggest worry was making it home before the street lights came on. But what they really give us is an escape from the methodical world and a chance to dance our stress away (the way the kid”

“It’s not every day you come across that old-fashioned Rock n’ Roll sound, but in the words of the Toronto-based Drop Dead Pin-Ups, they bring “an aggressive kick to the face” in response to the safe nature of the music scene today. With the release of their album Electric Nights, the boys in the Drop Dead Pin-Ups add in a punch of Punk rock to that old-school sound for tunes that will have you shakin’ on a saturday night. Drop Dead Pin-Ups have a great spirit to them with tunes that are upbeat, catchy, and danceable. It’s great to see that classic Rock n’ Roll is alive in the underground Toronto scene. ”

“Drop Dead Pin Ups Review By Aria If you want pure good time rock n' roll at its best, you need the Drop Dead Pin Ups. Guitars that rough you up, vocals that blast you back into your chair and a beat that makes your pulse race, DDP blends a classic rock sound with a modern twist. Like The Stray Cats on steriods or the soundtrack to a great Cameron Crowe film, this talented band is making all the right moves. Thank You Toronto! Check out the Drop Dead Pin Ups on www.reverbnation.com/dropdeadpinups or follow them on Twitter @DropDeadPinUps ”