Psychopunch - _Bursting Out of Chucky's Town_
(White Jazz / House of Kicks, 2000)
by: Aaron McKay (3 out of 10)
I haven't any idea where these guys were trying to go with this release. I think I hear a 1970s punk aspect to this album, but who would claim Psychopunch as protegees? Idol's Generation X? The Damned? The Buzzcocks? No fuckin' way! This is Psychopunch's second effort after _We Are Just as Welcome as Holy Water in Satan's Drink_, a pretty amusing title, but _Bursting Out of Chucky's Town_ isn't even -that-. If you'd like some straight-forwarded mindlessness with little to nothing more than watered-down, warmed-over, sub-par Motorhead riffs added to inadequate Jimmy Pursey (Sham 69) meets Faster Pussycat vocals, Psychopunch might be your alarm. Like Faster Pussycat, wake -me- when it's over!!

(article published 10/1/2001)


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