I can't profess to know what a "Glory Box" precisely is, but if someone were to place this record in a carton of some sort and hand it off to me I'd say, "Yeah, this is pretty damn glorious." I wasn't necessarily opining that about the lead-in track, "Cut" which starts Donkey's proceedings a tad on the slow side, but this five songer (created by five guys, ironically) quickly gains steam thereafter showcasing this Aussie unit's penchant for serrated and mildly droney indie guitar rock that happens to remind me of their UK counterparts the Family Cat, and to a much lesser extent the Straitjacket Fits. Donkey reveals itself to be more stimulating with each succeeding song, a rare phenomenon in itself. So much so that by the time you hit "Regrets" and "Aarr"occupying side two you'll find yourself craving more...but five tunes are all we're allotted. A full length, Fudgeland followed in 1991, and a generous spate of singles and EPs surrounded it as well.
02. To You
DAVID ESSEX - rock on LP 73 w st LP 74 w All The Fun Of The Fair LP 75 - REPOST and ADD ON: Thanks to Rocketstar Records for letting me rip his later two albums by this guy who made famous the 'Rock On' song which he has a ve...
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