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The band who broke onto the national scene in 1999 returns. “I am playing the hell out of it. It combines all the best elements of Aerosmith and Guns N Roses in their prime” – Eddie Trunk (Q104 NYC syndicated radio host and VH1 Classic on-air personality). “Coming on like the Black Crowes by way of AC/DC, this LA-based band is at its best blasting its way through hard-hitting riff rockers” – Entertainment Weekly.Buckcherry reestablish their status as one of the most raucous and delightfully dirty-minded acts in the industry today with 15, a truly bombastic rock & roll blast. Vocalist Josh Todd leads this high-energy act into battle with the colossal one-two-three punch of “So Far,” “Next 2 You,” and “Out Of Line,” each anchored by the weighty rhythm section of drummer Xavier Muriel and bassist Jimmy Ashhurst, then elevated by the Olympian guitar attack of Keith Nelson and Stevie D. But while an appropriate levity prevails on those tracks and others–such as “Crazy Bitch,” “Broken Glass,” and the good time stomp “Brooklyn”–the band also find time to show a more sensitive and mature side with the hit-worthy and country-inflected “Carousel,” plus the unapologetically melancholy “Sorry.” If there’s a fault to be found on 15 it doesn’t reveal itself easily, and if there’s a fault to be found with Buckcherry it is perhaps that they imbue listeners with a zest for living. But that clearly is no crime. –Jedd Beaudoin

List Price: $ 8.93

Price: $ 8.93

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