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RELEASE
1995
LABEL
A&M
GENRES
Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Grunge, Indie Rock

Album Review

Though certainly an improvement over the stiff Far Gone, Straight Freak Ticket still fails to match the creative level and fuzzy warmth of 1992's Dayglo. Of course, the explosive pop fury on the opening "Fuzz Factory" won't convince you of this, because that song is the best one Love Battery has ever written. From that point, however, things get bleaker, despite the band's Beatles influence being more pronounced than usual. On many of the tracks, singer Ron Nine seems lost; other songs are dull and biteless. Love Battery does manage to create some great pieces of pop music; these points are scattered throughout the album, however.
Matt Carlson, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Fuzz Factory
  2. If It Wasn't Me
  3. Harold's Pink Room
  4. Brazil
  5. Nehru Jacket
  6. Perfect Light
  7. Red Onion
  8. Sunny Jim
  9. Straight Freak Show
  10. Angelhead
  11. Waylaid
  12. Drowning Sun
  13. Silent Treatment