11 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It may have taken Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes seven years to deliver their fourth album but you can’t doubt their commitment when they make the business of rock ’n’ roll sound such fun. From the lascivious garage-glam of “Complexity” to the warp-speed of “Got A Woman”, Zipper Down is devoted to making hips twitch and pulses race. It’s not all dumb thrills though: a scuzz-rock cover of Duran Duran’s “Save A Prayer” underlines their knack for an intriguing left turn.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It may have taken Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes seven years to deliver their fourth album but you can’t doubt their commitment when they make the business of rock ’n’ roll sound such fun. From the lascivious garage-glam of “Complexity” to the warp-speed of “Got A Woman”, Zipper Down is devoted to making hips twitch and pulses race. It’s not all dumb thrills though: a scuzz-rock cover of Duran Duran’s “Save A Prayer” underlines their knack for an intriguing left turn.

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