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1) Dirty Spliff Blues on COLOR VINYL
(2) Junkyard Speed Ball LTd ed color vinyl;
(3) All You Can Eat - Ltd ed color vinyl
(4) Bring Your Ass to the Table ltd ed color vinyl
(5) Rock Em Back To Hell ltd ed color vinyl
(6) BECK IN BLACK Limited edition pressed on METALLIC GOLD STARBURST vinyl Retrospective of early LLC material with original drummer Brenn Beck!Remastered and featuring 3 previously unreleased tracks.
(7) CLAW MACHINE WIZARD on gorgeous STARBURST vinyl
DIRTY SPLIFF BLUES does exactly what you think it’s going to – and it’s wonderful.It’s fuzzy, it’s bluesy, it’s stoner rock, it’s got a groove to kill for, but it’s better than that. What makes this a very special record is that if Lemmy from Motörhead played Blues he’d do it like this. It’s gloriously nasty.This is fabulously tasty filth. – MAXIMUM VOLUME (Rating 9.5/10)
ROCK EM BACK TO HELL rocks full on, this album rocks in a swampy down tempo, this album will rock you sweetly, this album will rock you gently. Left Lane Cruiser takes the collected knowledge that human kind has accumulated on blues, garage rock, punky garage and bluesy garage and compresses it into a dark matter that they then double barrel shotgun blast into your head. Stand out tracks are all of them. Please join the church of Left Lane Cruiser. – GREEN BAY SCENE
Left Lane Cruiser’s musical growth and expansion, conjoined with a Hi-er-Fi’d production, and a hard thoughtful attack bring all elements together to cause the stars to align and explode all over Junkyard Speed Ball. – DEEP BLUES
From the greasy slide-guitar-and-drum-pummeling intro to opener “Crackalacka”, you either jump in and let Left Lane Cruiser take you on a hell-raising hayride or plain get out of the way because Freddy J. Evans IV (guitar/vocals) and Brenn “Sausage Paw” Beck (drummer/“trash”/vocals), a powerhouse duo out of Fort Wayne, Indiana, are roots-music revolutionaries who take no prisoners on their second outing for Alive Records. Following 2008’s Bring Yo’ Ass to the Table, All You Can Eat assimilates the Mississippi Delta blues laid down by guys like Big Joe Williams and Son House and cultivates it into a country punk ‘n’ blues speedball. “Hillgrass Bluebilly” is a frenetic juke-joint stomper that finds Freddy J IV hollerin’ out a reference to the Who’s “Squeeze Box”. “Ol’ Fashioned” is a country-picking blues flashback with washboard, while the primal trio of “Black Lung”, “Broke Ass Blues”, and “Putain!” finds the boys strutting through stoner-blues country with bravado. It doesn’t get a lot better than this. – Alan Brown / POPMATTER