Winnebago Deal are a band who've never turned
down an opportunity to perform. With a crazy history
of side projects and collaborations behind them
for now; the energetic punk rock two piece are
back in action after a hiatus over the past few
years. The 'Deal have returned with a collection
of new tracks, tweaked and twisted in all manner
of ways creating on of their most punctuating
releases thus far. A "greatest hits"
if you will.
The record's called "Career Suicide".
The third LP offering from Winnebago Deal. It
consists of fourteen tracks of pure energy, which
takes the you on a roller-coaster journey of emotions
and involvement; ultimately leaving the listener
both exhausted and enthralled by the closure of
the final track. Particular stand out achievements
have to be opening track 'heart attack in my head'
setting the perfect tempo and foundations from
the outset of what this album is all about. Other
stand out moment is track 7's 'Ain't No Salvation'.
It's just one and a half minutes of pure madness.
Screeching vocals, supercharged drumming and those
wailing guitar solos. This short but more than
sweet hit summarises the passion woven into this
record. By artists who have been doing why they
do best for a long time. Keeping it loud, and
keeping it hella fast.
Review by Phil Davies