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May 4, 2006



Australian Rockers Wolfmother Debuts


Taking their place in an illustrious line of Australian rockers, Wolfmother harks back to the '60s trio format epitomized by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Cream, and most notably, Blue Cheer. Their eponymous debut album, suitably illustrated by sci-fi fantasist Frank Frazetta, is already award-winning and platinum Down Under, and stands to make no small dent in the United States.

Guitarist/vocalist Andrew Stockdale's Robert Plant/Billy Squier timbre commands immediate attention, but what wins biggest for the band are the basics: head-shaking guitar underpinnings and rumbling rock rhythms (supplied by drummer Myles Heskett and bassist Chris Ross — who also adds occasional keyboard coloring). After Stockdale's high-pitched wail, lead track "Dimension" marches off to a martial beat, waving the flag of Wolfmother's forebears to full effect.

Jet producer D. Sardy also throws in a flute soloist to evoke Jethro Tull on "Witchcraft," and "White Unicorn" breaks into an old-fashioned psychedelic jam. "Woman" climaxes with an out-of-control organ break. "Where Eagles Have Been" offers an obligatory acoustic guitar ballad format.

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