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Sir Hedgehog: Sir Hedgehog

If Billy Squier made stoner rock back in the day, he might have sounded something like Sir Hedgehog does on its self-titled U.S. debut initially self-released only in Canada. With a singer named Jonas Fairley, who either intentionally or not mimics both Squier and Ozzy Osbourne, plus a thick and churning vibe that lifts freely from Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Rush and Soundgarden, this Vancouver-based quartet has crafted a memorable album in a not-so-memorable genre. There's even a hidden bonus-track version of Blondie's "Call Me." Just ignore the irritating song titles "Chu Da Phat," "Bitchlord," "The Cleavage and the Clamp" and enjoy this raucous ride that sounds amazingly like both yesterday and today.

Added: May 26th 2003
Reviewer: Michael Popke
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Related Link: Official Sir Hedgehog Web Site
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Language: english

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