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September 16, 2008
Atlantic/Eleven Seven
Pop/Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative Metal, Heavy Metal, Post-Grunge, American Trad Rock

Album Review

Self-appointed saviors of sleaze, the L.A. scuzz rockers are disciples of the Sunset Strip circa 1987, singing songs of crazy bitches and cocaine and scored to second-hand Aerosmith boogie so they're turned into lead-footed stomps. Rock & roll doesn't need to be complicated, but if it's going to be the soundtrack for a night of binge drinking at strip clubs, it damn well better make wallowing in filth sound irresistible. Buckcherry dutifully hit all their marks on their fourth album Black Butterfly -- the greasy guitar, the snake-dancing vocals, rhythms designed with a Texas lapdance in mind -- so that makes the record no different in form or function than their other LPs. Here, they swipe power ballads from Mötley Crüe and pluck Guns N' Roses.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Rescue Me
  2. Tired of You
  3. Too Drunk...
  4. Dreams
  5. Talk to Me
  6. A Child Called "It"
  7. Don't Go Away
  8. Fallout
  9. Rose
  10. All of Me
  11. Imminent Bail Out
  12. Cream
  13. [CD-Rom Track]