Fuzzy Vox – No Landing PLan

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Artist: Fuzzy Vox

Album: No Landing Plan

Self-Released

Released: Feb 28, 2016

 

No Landing Plan ought to have a disclaimer that warns listeners of the involuntary volatile spasms that follow from listening to the infectious nature of this upbeat poppy garage rock ‘n’ roll. Fuzzy Vox manages to capture a sound that reflects something that borders on rock ‘n’ roll music that is not overplayed. Rather, this group has a garage feeling that is fresh and easily infectious. Where to start on this album? Well, I’d suggest playing “Distracted” first, but to get the full effect, you’ve got to crank the volume to dangerously high voltage levels. Only then will listeners be able to truly experience what it’s like to uncontrollably bounce about, putting holes in walls, ceilings and otherwise. No Landing Plan has no filler, but some top tracks for your immediate consideration are “Grow Evil,” “I Got A Girl,” “Bo Diddly,” and “Easy Street.” Really though, all of the tracks on No Landing Plan are good and maybe even border on a certain brilliance. So, if this album is anything like their live performances, then count me sold. I’m now a fan and I want to see what Fuzzy Vox live has to dish out. Until then, I’ll try to contend myself with No Landing Plan.

 

By Nick Kuzmack