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CD/DVD Reviews » Mojokings - Got The Devil In Me

Track List:

Got The Devil In Me - Addict To You - Shake - Floor Board Devils - When I Dance With You - Pow Pow - Ain't That Loving You Baby - I Want Your Stuff - Gimme Lovin' - Just My Style - The Missing Link - Runaway - Wildman.
Mojokings
Got The Devil In Me
Pink 'n' Black (2008)
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Possible Styles: rockabilly, blues
Submitted by: rockabilly_girl.
Publication date - 25 June 2008
Copyrights: Really Rockabilly

The Mojo Kings are a renowned rockin' three piece band from East of England, well known under their previous name The Fat Cat Trio. With the new name the guys play Bluesy rockin' music and they definitely spread that Mojo charm to their listeners. Lucky 13 sleazy tracks, the majority of which where written by the guitar player/ vocalist Paul Scoulding. At the same time the band does not forget 'the roots' and play Jimmy Reed's 1956 track 'Ain't That Loving You Baby'.

A hoarse vocal and trashy rockabilly guitar create the perfect union for the successful sound of this album. The tone, which is consistent throughout the whole of album, which might be a little too overwhelming to take all in one go, but the up-tempo songs really do pull it off. Individually the self penned songs are 100% dance-floor fillers, where Del Shannon's 'Runaway' struggles a bit vocally, but boasts impressive guitar work.

An overall good album, with a few of gems among the tracks. My immediate favorites are superb instrumental 'The Missing Link' and blasting Rock'n'Roller 'Wildman'.

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Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
The Mojo Kings are a renowned rockin' three piece band from East of England, well known under their previous name The Fat Cat Trio. With the new name the guys play Bluesy rockin' music and they definitely spread that Mojo charm to their listeners. Lucky 13 sleazy tracks, the majority of which where written...

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