10 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

White Reaper’s gritty bubblegum rock is such a fun, faithful facsimile of the ‘70s, it’s sometimes hard to believe they aren’t actually Kiss or Cheap Trick. Like their freewheeling gods before them, this is a band driven by the romance of a good time, from the glazed guitars of the Cars-like “Judy French” (“You know you crack my back, little lady/When you tease me like you do”) to the snotty, propulsive “Party Next Door.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

White Reaper’s gritty bubblegum rock is such a fun, faithful facsimile of the ‘70s, it’s sometimes hard to believe they aren’t actually Kiss or Cheap Trick. Like their freewheeling gods before them, this is a band driven by the romance of a good time, from the glazed guitars of the Cars-like “Judy French” (“You know you crack my back, little lady/When you tease me like you do”) to the snotty, propulsive “Party Next Door.”

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