CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE (UK)
Any band who take the inspiration for their name from the Incredible Hulk (the Marvel comic, not the TV series or film) get an extra point before the CD even goes into the player. The fact that they play a high-class blend of classic Derringer, Grand Funk Railroad and Cactus licks amped up and slathered in heavy cheese for the 21st century is a major bonus. Kicking off with the love song to their transit, 'Champagne Minivan' - imagine Helmet, though niether arch nor arty, if they had been around in the 70s and written a 'Born to be Wild' stadium anthem - this is an album that poses the strait-faced question: do you believe in rock'n'roll? If not, sod off back to your bedroom and listen to some atonal Radiohead experiments or slide in a Thin Lizzy CD and reflect on how they have'nt made'em like that since 1975. Bollocks, daddio. this is classic rock'n'roll that's alive and well in the here and now and you really should get out more and find it.
released 22 April 2003
Josh Diamond: Guitar
Jason Diamond: Bass
Jim Starace: Vocals
Iann Robinson: Drums
Baritone Sax on tracks 4, 7, and 9, by Howard Johnson
Produced by J Yuenger
Recorded at Loho Studios, NYC
Engineered by Joe Hogan
Guitars Recorded at Audiology, NYC
Vocals Recorded at Binary Recording, Inc., NYC
Mixed at Binary Recording, Inc., NYC
Engineered and Mixed by Shane Conry, J Yuenger
Mastered at Solid Sound by Chris Gooseman
Design and Layout by Dave Bias
All songs by Puny Human 2003.
Peddling the finest in rock n' roll, psychedelic, stoner, doom, blues, hard rock, fuzz, metal, sludge, vintage 70's style rawk, etc, since 1995!!! True, honest music, made by real, honest people. Available on CD, vinyl, and digital.