This British quartet loads up on the pints and amps to rewind the clock back to the era of worker strikes, pub rock and Two-Tone. You can hear echoes of Dr. Feelgood and the Specials in their organ-and-guitar racket. For sophomore album Danger in the Club, the Violets pulled a trusted English-rock-band move and recorded with producer John Leckie. Hey, it worked for Radiohead. While it's hard to see them becoming the next Arctic Monkeys, the record is cult riot for those who own a Nick Lowe or Flamin' Groovies LP.
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