The Georgia-based Normaltown Flyers call their brand of red-dirt country-rock ”Pickup Truck Rock ‘n’ Roll,” a moniker that conjures up hopes of a ’90s version of the Allman or Doobie Brothers. But alas, their first major-label album, The Normaltown Flyers, proves them to be a basic four-chord bar band, with only one song, ”Rockin’ the Love Boat,” bailing out their routine repertoire, colorless vocals, and rudimentary playing. C
The Normaltown FlyersThe Georgia-based Normaltown Flyers call their brand of red-dirt country-rock ''Pickup Truck Rock 'n' Roll,'' a moniker that conjures up hopes of a '90s...The Normaltown FlyersCountryThe Georgia-based Normaltown Flyers call their brand of red-dirt country-rock ''Pickup Truck Rock 'n' Roll,'' a moniker that conjures up hopes of a '90s...1991-08-16
Genre: Country; Producer (group): Mercury Records
Posted January 17 2015 — 1:02 PM EST
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