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The Pietasters: All DayAll Day (2007)
Reviewer Rating: 4.5
Contributed by: ffwoodycockffwoodycock
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The Pietasters have been jumping from label to label for quite some time now. They released their best to date, Ooolooloo, reached their mainstream peak with Willis on Epitaph and made three other albums that spanned different types of styles. 2002’s Turbo showed a sign of things to come, while All Day takes on Turbo’s style and lowers the punk aspect and cranks up the soul. Being James Brown’s backup band has definitely helped craft their style, as apparent on this record.
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