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“Electric Black Horse released an excellent debut album that any 70’s hard rock fan can over indulge in without feeling an ounce of guilt”

“With seven tracks that shine and rumble with a whole lot of glam-rocking, hard-rocking, and even some punk-rocking power, “Cheap Party Favors” is an album that pleases and entertains from start to finish. New York-based Electric Black Horse has a loose, rambling, hip- and hair-shaking rock’n’roll sound that makes me think of golden-age KISS, and also (a little surprisingly maybe) the Rolling Stones. I don’t hear a lot of bands that remind me of the The Rolling Stones, and I don’t want to over-state the case, but Electric Black Horse’s front-man Michael Pate has some Jagger-swagger in his voice, and there’s just something in that rollicking guitar-work that has a 1970′s, Stones-vibe.”

“Remember a time when Sexy Rock and Roll was the music of the scene? You were treated to rock and roll full of catchy hooks, sexy flash and flare that left you begging for more. The time has come for Electric Black Horse to revive our need for Sexy Rock and Roll baby! They not only carry the glitz and sexy glam but have the rock and roll to back it up.”

"Cheap Party Favors provides a blast of glam rock perfect for early mornings, late nights, and everything in between."

"Damn these guys rock!! How often do you get to see a band that's a cross between Thin Lizzy and Kiss out in NYC..(answer=never!)"

Andrea Fischman - Andrea Fischman Photography

"What makes me think they'll become rock stars? They definitely have the chops, but so do a lot of other bands. But what sets them apart is attitude, that rock 'n' roll swagger."

"a sea of satiny bell-bottoms, all feathery and glittery. In particular, I was into a song called Birthday Bitch: driving beats, wild vocals. I hate to use the term “glam rock” because I feel as though their sound is fresher than that"

"hey guys CBGB's called, they're re-opening because of YOU GUYS! WOW!"

Steve Grillo, Comedian, Howard Stern Show - Independent

"This is an album to play when you wake up, are riding the F-train to work, or are getting ready for a night of debauchery -- just make sure to leave enough time to play the whole album." David S.Grant, Sleaze Roxx