There is no need to deny the fact that their roots still lays in the 80's hair
metal scene, with bands like Enuff Z'Nuff, Mötley Crüe and Guns 'n' Roses rank
very high on the list. But they have always had a twist to their sound; the odd
Metallica riff or some off the charts thrash part that really is very seldom in
hard rock. And on this album they do sounds like nothing before adding some very
modern sounding riffs and guitar parts to the mix.
As a long serving member of the UK Hard Rock scene they come across as a very
tight and strong unit that knows their roots but isn't afraid of adding new
styles and sounds to their original sound. And it is working to a certain
degree; I think the inclusion of a children's song, sung in Danish at the end of
"You Are Proof That Not All
Women Are Insane"
underlined by a very hard riff is done with success, while other parts just
'Chutzpah' is a
rather short album with its ups and downs, not breathtaking but still an
acceptable effort that I am sure fans will love, the rest: take a listen before