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The Badways : Leave Her Alone : Happy Garage Rock
Best described as happy garage rock by the Detroit News, Motor City's The Badways, sounds most like an updated 60s rock band.
The band consists of Todd Luneack on vocals and lead guitar, Mike Thomas on Guitars, Vocals and percussion, Dave Webster on drums and percussion and Tom Webster on bass and vocals.
Each song has members doing various instruments or guest vocalists, which highlights the true talent of the four.
'Motor City Girl,' can be assumed a hometown specialty, and whom the band dedicates their cd to, highlights a solid classic sound with rough lyrics such as "here she comes, she's the one I hold like a gun." The song showcases amazing guitar solos as well as solid drums with a great mix of vocals. The song catapults listeners further into the cd.
'Don't Wanna Talk About Her' keeps listeners on the ride of their life with a '90s rock sound combined with solid guitars that had my head bopping and my foot stomping as I listened. The shouting lyrics added to the overall feel of the sound - making it a definite crowd favorite.
The cd's headline track "Leave Her Alone" sounded most like an anthem with confident vocals and well-packaged drums, bass and guitar. "She's 21 year old, got a mind of her, better leave her alone," the singer declares. The songs continues with clapping from the whole band best compared to that of old rock n' roll. The song continues with "she didn't clap her hands, she didn't move her feet," which seems impossible to me while listening to these boys.
The songs highlighted are just the beginning with this amazing musically-sound disc. With solid
music throughout the cd showcasing evident talent, it can be expected that this hometown group will be yet another defining Detroit band in the near future.
To get your own copy, visit the band's official website - thebadways.com for show and merchandise information.