About this title: Recalling the '70s, the Gaza Strippers offered a hard rocking and fun blend of glam rock, punk and power pop on Laced Candy. The band gets its sneering, bratty attitude from punk, while its sense of fun comes more from glam and power pop. The Strippers' sound brings to mind '70s artists ranging from Cheap Trick and the New York Dolls to John Lydon and Generation X, and that sound draws you in and holds your attention even though this CD isn't outstanding -- generally enjoyable, but imperfect and a bit uneven. When the ...
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