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W.A.S.P.

The Neon God (Part I)

(Sanctuary)

Reviewed by : Mitch Lafon
Rating : 7.5

The rock world collectively rolled its eyes and snickered when Blackie Lawless announced that W.A.S.P was going to make a two-part concept album about a youngster trying to figure out the answer to the question "Who am I?" But his royal darkness has gotten the last laugh. The Neon God is actually a decent album with a solid narrative and even better musicianship. Drummer Frankie Banali gets the festivities under way with his best Keith Moon imitation on 'Overture' and helps establish an overall '70s arena rock sound to the album. Blackie has certainly let his fetish with Pete Townsend and The Who creep into tracks such as 'Underature', and 'Red Room Of The Rising Sun' (with a taste of The Beatles mixed in). A strangely satisfying album, The Neon God is recommended listening and helps make Part II a highly anticipated summer release.



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