Iron City Houserockers

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Iron City Houserockers - Love's So Tough Love's So Tough
Pop New - LP 3099 MCA
Sealed 1979 Original. Cut Out Hole. “The Houserockers' First Album, Originally Released In 1979, Sounds Like The Work Of A Great, Battle-Hardened Bar Band Who Is Still Learning How To Make Their Sound Work In The Studio. The Arrangements Suggest An Imaginative Cross Between Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band And The J. Geils Band's Early Period, And The Band Is Tight And Skillful Throughout. But The Production Is A Bit Flat, And The Sound Lacks The Presence And Punch This Material Needs. And While Joe Grushecky Would Mature Into A Top-Shelf Songwriter By The Time The Band Released Their Second Album, Most Of The Tunes On Love's So Tough Are Standard Issue Cars-And-Girls Stuff, Though The Two Numbers About The Sorry State Of Rock & Roll ("Heroes Are Hard To Find" And "I'm Lucky") Cut Deep, And "I Can't Take It" Kicks Things Off With A Bang. Even At It's Weakest Moments, Love's So Tough Burns With A Passion And Fire That Makes Clear The Iron City Houserockers Were True Believers In The Power Of Rock & Roll.” – Mark Deming, All Music Guide... more details
 
Iron City Houserockers - Have A Good Time But Get Out Alive! Have A Good Time But Get Out Alive!
Pop New - LP 511 MCA
Sealed 1980 Original, Small CC.... more details
 
Iron City Houserockers - Love's So Tough Love's So Tough
Pop New - LP 3099 MCA
Sealed 1979 Original. Tiny Saw Cut. “The Houserockers' First Album, Originally Released In 1979, Sounds Like The Work Of A Great, Battle-Hardened Bar Band Who Is Still Learning How To Make Their Sound Work In The Studio. The Arrangements Suggest An Imaginative Cross Between Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band And The J. Geils Band's Early Period, And The Band Is Tight And Skillful Throughout. But The Production Is A Bit Flat, And The Sound Lacks The Presence And Punch This Material Needs. And While Joe Grushecky Would Mature Into A Top-Shelf Songwriter By The Time The Band Released Their Second Album, Most Of The Tunes On Love's So Tough Are Standard Issue Cars-And-Girls Stuff, Though The Two Numbers About The Sorry State Of Rock & Roll ("Heroes Are Hard To Find" And "I'm Lucky") Cut Deep, And "I Can't Take It" Kicks Things Off With A Bang. Even At It's Weakest Moments, Love's So Tough Burns With A Passion And Fire That Makes Clear The Iron City Houserockers Were True Believers In The Power Of Rock & Roll.” – Mark Deming, All Music Guide... more details
 

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