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Wildstreet -III (Review)

Q & A With Eric Jayk From Wildstreet
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Wildstreet Returns WIth Their Best album So Far

Wildstreet hails from New York and brings a bit of the city grit along with a lot of glam slam attitude.  The band has definitely hit their stride this time out with an album of great, energetic songs soaked in pure rock n’ roll swagger.  Vocalist Eric Jayk brings smooth but sleazy vocals to the mix which helps the band reach a level of rock n’ roll debauchery not seen since the 1980’s Sunset Strip scene took Hollywood by storm.  My favorite tracks are “Raise Hell”, “Tennessee Cocaine”, “Three-Way Ride” and “Mother”. With “Mother” the band treads into dark territory and it’s a great song in all its epic creepiness.  Overall, this album is a great outing for the Wildstreet and sees the band continue to improve and evolve into a more perfect animal.

III -Tracklisting:
01 Tennessee Cocaine 3:39
02 – Three Way Ride 3:44
03 – Set It Off 3:23
04 – Still Love You 4:56
05 – Midnight Children 4:20
06 – Born To Be 3:36
07 – Raise Hell 2:53
08 – Mother 7:21

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Bobby Caughron

Bobby Caughron is a music journalist and Editor-In-Chief for XS ROCK. He began a life-long fan of hard rock and metal music after hearing KISS as a kid. He is still an avid fan of the 80s metal scene and continues to discover and write about new music in all rock genres today.

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