Hey You! Album & Track Reviews

The Tracks Hey You! and Vision Of Hell were sent to various bloggers, reviewers, Spotify playlisters and websites many of which provided some feedback as below:

Roadie Metal who “are one of the largest sites specialized in Rock and Metal in Brazil” published an article about the album complete with Spotify playlist.

Indie Criollo (a Spanish music website I think) has shared my song Vision Of Hell on their website here https://indiecriollo.com/…/descubrimientos-musicales…/ – they said “Vision of Hell es como una canción que arranca desde el primer segundo, como un automóvil que quiere entrar en una persecución. The Mean Eyed Cat llega desde Gran Bretaña con una impasible canción, que le pide mucho a sus oyentes, como destruirse con esta canción y sentir ese poder directo del classic rock en sus venas, con una armónica que le da un toque campirano a la canción, llevándola a otro nivel de interés.”
…which, according to Google Translate, means something like “Vision of Hell is like a song that starts from the first second, like a car that wants to go into a chase. The Mean Eyed Cat comes from Great Britain with an impassive song, which asks its listeners a lot, how to destroy themselves with this song and feel that direct power of classic rock in their veins, with a harmonica that gives the song a country touch , taking it to another level of interest.”

Theocide Records of Theocide Studios: “Nice track!!! 👍😉 I really loved it!”

Eduard Banulescu of Alt77 wrote: “Helluva guitar riff here. Thanks for sharing! Loved the tone of the guitar and the swagger. Liked the lyrical ideas. Great sound and we’d love to hear more in the future.”

John Connor of Digital Feedback wrote (of “Vision”): “i love the bluesy slide guit w/ the harmonica”.

John Connor of Digital Feedback wrote (of “Hey You!”): Groovy tune guys. i really like it. Not punk enough for my main list, but ill shout it out!!!!

comeherefloyd wrote: “Congrats on the single. Interesting collage of current events and commentary. Has that oomph you’d designed into it.”

Americanpancake of American Pancake wrote: “Awesome track, appreciate the heavy instrumentation and poignant concept.”

AWOKETH of Empty Room Productions wrote: “There’s this raw and adrenaline rushing experience given to the listener with its dynamic and vibrant electric guitar. The whole thing is just such a rush.”

Chordblossom wrote: “Cheers for the song. Solid bluesy vibes.

César Alonso of Velvety wrote: “Passionate vocals over a powerful instrumentation full of talented guitar lines, sonic intensity and garage textures, with contagious chorus, reflexive lyricism and gritty vibes.”

on Magnusson wrote: “Hey folks. Very nice bluesy riff and overall a cool song.”

homeofficerock of Home Office Playlists wrote: “Hi. I really like what you did there. The guitars sound amazing. It is a very solid blues rock song. Maybe also even a bit too slow for the flow of my list though. I would have loved the song to have a climax with a very catchy melody on top but the song also works. The song is a good one for sure! All the best”.

Americanpancake of American Pancake wrote: “Great track, dig the energy and production.”

Jon Magnusson wrote: “Hey! Really nice energy and bluesy guitars. ”

UNXIGNED wrote: “Thanks for sharing this track to us. This is imbued with hard-hitting garage rock textures that you fused with melodic alt-rock hues. The resulting vibe is a vivid cacophony of hard-hitting beats that slap. What’s more is the lyrical work employed on the piece. The themes that inspired it are very relatable and you wonderfully managed to encapsulate it all into this work of art. Musically the riffages on this track reminds us of “Iron Man” by Black Sabbath. It’s driving, energetic, and solid. We appreciate the powerful direction extracted by the effort – it sure is a banger and we hope it finds its right place in the community. All the best on the project and future efforts.”.

weallwantsomeone of We All Want Someone To Shout For wrote: “A big chugging bluesy garage rock offering with some nice production work and gritty guitar riffs. Some cool classic rock inspired moments.”

AWOKETH of Empty Room Productions wrote: “There’s this raw and adrenaline rushing experience given to the listener with its dynamic and vibrant electric guitar. The whole thing is just such a rush.”

Americanpancake of American Pancake wrote: “Awesome track, appreciate the heavy instrumentation and poignant concept.”

comeherefloyd wrote: “Congrats on the single. Interesting collage of current events and commentary. Has that oomph you’d designed into it. A tangible grit, at the edges. Keep on kickin’ as you do y’all. Kick butt as you do. ”

Destroy//Exist wrote: “Although we are positive about the track’s punk rock energy. We appreciate the artistic effort, and all the best! ”

HavocUnderground of Havoc Underground wrote: “Thanks for sharing! We like the vibe here.”

EAPoets of Edgar Allan Poets wrote: “I like the energy.”

Colorful Playlists wrote: “Thanks for this one too. Definitely like it and it has a lot potential.”

MetalheadCommunity of Metalhead Community Magazine wrote: “Big respect for the band’s efforts. Surely is a great sounding traditional country rock sing with the necessary energy and dynamics.”

Music For The Misfits wrote: “Interesting rock sound, and I dig your energy”.

Empty Room Productions wrote: A simple punk garage track with an honest and raw energy its mood really brings out the classics of the genre. Really love the energy on this one. An amazing track really glad to review it and it’s an honor to be able to share it.

Indie Love of indiesound wrote: “Hi! Enjoyed the authentic garage rock sounding here and the vocals are great.”

Weallwantsomeone of We All Want Someone To Shout For wrote: “A big hard hitting chugging bluesy rocker with some punk spirit and a lot of classic inspiration.”

Avery_at_IMR of Independent Music Reviews wrote: “Thanks for the song. I enjoyed the energy, the full, dirty guitars and the personality in the vocals. The harmonica was unexpected at 1:15 but I liked it, softened up the sound and edges.”

LoYY of YabYum Music & Arts wrote: “This track has an awesome take on that classic rugged punk style, and makes great use of less common elements to set it a good bit apart from similar styles. The harmonica interlude was a cool surprise addition, and the guitar slide transitions really hit. It’s a cool track with a dialed in style. Thanks for letting us listen!”

donstunes of Don’s Tunes wrote (0f “Good Lovin’ Woman): “Really cool tune – I love the old school sound and the energy of the band – some impressive harmonica and guitar! I

The songs:

Hey You!Get Me SomeVision Of HellGood Lovin’ WomanPlanet EarthHuman Touch

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