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Let's Rock and Roll Tonite

by Crash Street Kids

CSK sounds like what would happen if Dave Grohl hijacked KISS during its Destroyer tour to perform Dead Boys and T. Rex covers
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. C'mon C'mon C'mon
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2. 77 Mercedes
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3. Sugar Queen
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4. Candi O
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5. The Kids on Dope
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6. Earth To Lonley Girl
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7. Chinese Rock
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8. The Deal (Can't Let Go)
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9. Planet Rockanrolla
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10. Goodnite Cleveland/All the Young Dudes
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11. Let's Rock and Roll Tonite
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If you take the image of T.Rex, early David Bowie, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band and mix it with Robin Zander meets Dave Grohl vocal bravado, throw in a pinch of Slade, Ramones, and maybe Mott the Hoople, shaken, not stirred, you get Crash Street Kids. Ryan McKay, A.D. Adams, Ricky Serrano, Ryan "Deuce" Gregory. Their songs are catchy with riffs worthy of any classic 70's rock album. As is evident right off the bat once you hit with, the rocking "C'mon, C'mon", "Sugar Queen" and a killer rendition of Mott The Hoople's, "All The Young Dudes". A pity that Marc Bolan or Ian Hunter weren't involved. It would have just added luster to an already outstanding rock and roll band. 'LET'S ROCK AND ROLL TONITE' is a wonderfully glam and rocking album that you should never be without if you like loud guitars with really smart arrangements and incredible musicianship.

Crash Street Kid's 'LET'S ROCK AND ROLL TONITE' is the kind of disc where new sonic details emerge even after multiple repeated listenings. There is more harmonic inventiveness and sheer melody in this one disc than most groups are able to come up with in their entire careers. 'LET'S ROCK AND ROLL TONITE' comes highly recommended. Guaranteed EARGASM!

- The Atomic chaser
The DRP / All Access Magazine



A long, long time ago I can still remember how the music used to make me smile......

In the aftermath of the turbulent 1960’s came a breath of fresh air. It was a time when fun and fashion would rule the day, a time when simplicity and sincerity became more important than protest and pandemonium. It as a time when Ziggy Stardust came to earth and Mott the Hoople came to Broadway...and it was magical!!

So with tongue placed firmly in cheek, Aladdin Sane announced to the world a change, beckoning us back to a higher calling. Back to the essence and spirit of what rock and roll was supposed to be.

Flanked by legions of loyal followers from New York to London and beyond, bands like the New York Dolls showed us the fashion. Humble Pie cranked out their turbo-styled British electric blues. Alice Cooper and KISS torched or impaled anything in sight, and the Ramones just wanted us to dance...and we did.

SO WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?

To the Crash Street Kids it means EVERYTHING! The music, the clothes, the panache’, the pure joy and abandon that was left back in that golden age. You can hear it in their melodies. You can read it in their lyrics and feel it in their beats.

It has been said that in order to move successfully into the future one must understand the past. The Crash Street Kids understand it....and embrace it with a new sense of style. Modernized and glistening like stars of tomorrow, they unleash their rockers like a torrent. Their ballads are urgent and brooding. Their pop songs are instantly singable. They will stick in your heads like chewing gum on your platform shoes!

All packaged, their live show is an event. They are not just a band playing songs. You will be sucked in and taken on a most glorious ride.

Gone are the dark days of grunge, and the rage and violence of hip-hop. Suburban screamo is over. The time has come for a change once again, and the kids have stepped up to deliver the goods. The new era has come, and the Crash Street Kids proudly and deservedly carry the torch.

So raise your fist, not in defiance, but in triumph. For true rock and roll is back, and it never felt better!

Ring the bells, fire the canons, bang a gong....let’s get it on!


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Louis


Crash Street Kids is the name of a song from The Hoople, Mott The Hoople's swansong.
Cleveland Rocks, says Ian Hunter.
Mick Ralphs's Ready For Love had been beefed up to give the riff of Chinese Rock.
All The Young Dudes was Mott The Hoople's first hit back in '72.
What else to be said...
They don't copy the sound, they just play good and fun rock'n'roll.
Remember A Sane Revolution ?

ESRMV

Bout time
It is about time that a band decided to bring back the sound that made rock n roll ROCK. Look at the cover those guys look like they ROCK. Cant wait to see them in person

Sally

Just lovin' this CD
Agree with Chippy Sixx. Definitely a bit of a Jellyfish feel to this at times. Love all the tracks. Can't get 'C'mon, c'mon, c'mon' out of my head. Love it!

Mr. Bensin

Buy This Spin
By this disk in a hurry; you don't want to be the only on on your block with out. Do you?

RehabRob

MMMMMM.......TASTY!!!
Great power-pop with a cool '70's edge! Songs are great with hooks you cant get out of your head. You will drool over the All the Young Dudes cover, even if you're a die hard Mott The Hoople fan!

Jesse

They bring it!
Even better live, entertaing and much more.......thanks for being creative and bringing the 70's back with a twist. Rock n Roll is back in Phoenix

Sticks

Best Rock I've Heard In Years
I'm an old fart, at 56. I've been waiting for a fresh spin on the rock I grew up with in the late '60's and early '70's. Crash Street Kids aren't copying. They're taking the best from that era and throwing in a new fresh spin.
'Bout time!

Crash Mama


I have woken up in the middle of the night numerous times with CRASH songs in my head..C'mon C'mon C'mon now boys I need some sleep.. :-)

Chippy Sixx

Superb 70's tinged Glam with a hint of Powerpop
Crash Street Kids dish up 11 tracks of glam tinged pop with a definate 70's flavour. 77 Mercedes, Candi O and Planet Rockanrolla being my fave tunes. Imagine Kiss jamming with Jellyfish with Ian Hunter singing and you won't be a million miles away. 1 star deducted beacuse of the cover versions. A great debut

legs

finally some kick ass rock 'n' roll!!!!
Are you looking for some awsome rock 'n' roll?! Well, look no further. Crash Street Kids has hit the high point. Every track on this cd, will have you rockin' out, and wanting more. Over-all, this is the best new rock 'n' roll I've heard in ages. Keep on rockin' out boys!!!!