CD Review: 1220

Miss Legendary


Miss Legendary

On this five-song EP, the boys in 1220 come off with all the cocksure strut and swagger of an L.A. sleaze-rock outfit circa 1982; think early L.A. Guns, or Live Like a #$% Suicide-era Guns ‘n’ Roses. Pretty keen stuff, when you consider that some of the boys still can’t buy a legal beer at one of their own shows. There may be bands in town with more chops and bigger hooks, but 1220 have it hands down when it comes to playing unadulterated rock ‘n’ roll.

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