Justine Blazer / Gasoline (La Blaze Records)

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Definitely the best album Justine Blazer released in her entire musical career! Fresh and a little dirty … let’s call it Country Rock’n’Roll and even the opener „Amen for the weekend“ includes a homage to AC/DC playing the Back in Black-theme. Forget about the traditional times of „Red White and Blue“ … Justine has gone a long way and finally she really starts to rock with catchy and rolling tracks. Lots of guitar solos, sing-along refrains and a touch of real Rock, sometimes even Hard Rock such as the old Bon Jovi, Alannah Myles and even Poison. Of course Justine still walks in the foot steps of Country but the old fashioned dust of this genre has been replaced by the dirt of the streets and with lots of gallons of gasoline Justine is starting the fire with an even more expressive voice („Not over you“) on this new album. I really enjoyed listening to „Gasoline“ and even the artwork is really cool and Justine looks younger and more sexy than ever.


Dennis Rowehl