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Mojo Love Dog / Press

“ This Keyport-based five piece jam rap, hardcore, thrash, metal, the wide eyed earnestness of Live, the portentousness of Meatloaf, a ‘60s garage rock looseness, ‘70s pot-headed boogie blasts, Elvis, mid-‘80s arena amplification, a blues-based, bottom-heavy funk, and a sax-, ska- and kazoo fueled doo wop tune into the same British Steel blender, hit “play” and duck for cover. Features the killer guitar interplay of Matt Kerwin and Frank Sturt, Eric Shun’s expressive vocals, the stellar bass attack of Howie Reeves, and the blazing sticks of Chris Poling. Standout tracks “Got No Pride”, “Bitch Slap the World” and uncredited track #11 are rude, riff-happy, loud, impossibly catchy, hilariously misogynist, Ted Nugent-intelligent, Circle Jerks-bright, rap-metal-punk hybrids that stand up to repeated spins at maximum volume.”

Al Muzer - The Aquariun Weekly

“Editorial Reviews About the Artist, Mojo Love dog has been rockin the Jersey Shore and club scene since early '97. Their following keeps getting bigger and bigger! Entering center stage by means of a rolling toilet, Lead frontman Eric Shun shows no mercy... his act is tight! These boys know how to rock! Product DescriptionA diversified CD of Rock-Metal with a twist of Hardcore Rap Mojo Lovedog kicks. From the metal-edge cutting guitars on 'Caught Up In The Drama' to the Wacky Sax and Kazoo on 'Bittersweet' these guys ROCK and they ROCK real hard! Not to be taken lightly, this CD is a must for your collection!”

Unknown - Izzy's Music

“Musically MLD play music the same way Scatterbrain (Don't Call Me Dude) did, except these guys are lyrically more obnoxious. Good for them. Find this or you are a pompous, anal-retentive nutsack.”

Gary McGarvey Jr. - Jersey Beat Magazine