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“From the opening notes, fuzzy and aggressive through Stella Blue's downstairs sound system, Wooden Toothe plants its feet firmly in the fuzzy-and-aggressive territory between country and punk. Yet this is no country-punk outfit. The quartet, fronted by sprightly bass player Pierce Harmon, nods to both Uncle Tupelo and the Sex Pistols with neither a twang nor a sneer to be found. Instead, it's core of both genres that ultimately prevail: the raw power of instrumentation, vocals and lyrics harnessed within the constraints of tightly crafted three-minute songs”

Mountain Xpress

“WOODEN TOOTHE http://myspace.com/woodentoothe The first thing that jumped out at me about this Asheville four-piece was how much they sounded like Asheville itself. If the city had its own soundtrack, Wooden Toothe would have to have a part in it. Gritty but not dirty; unpredictable but not scary; welcoming but mysterious and slightly off-kilter, the spontaneity, lack of pretention and assimilation of a variety of attitudes in this recording personify the cultural melting pot of our fair city. Mixing country-style wistfulness with punk beats and simple, driving guitar riffs, the mood of the album is hard to pin down. The traces of such musicians as The Allman Brothers, Social Distortion, The Ramones and Neil Young really opened my eyes to what can be accomplished if you try something new and manage to have a truly fresh approach to your music.”

BOLD Life Magazine