...both A- and B-side are, indeed, snappy little numbers. They’re concise and potent, with singer J. Waylon Miller's highish croon shimmying out instantly-memorable melodies above a cavalcade of thick, syrupy guitar chords.
The A side is a sub-two minute jam that recalls the mod-influenced later work of Billy Childish and his acolytes like the Len Price 3. In other words, it rips!
The B-Side, "Tammys of Tomorrow" fades in some backmasked melody ...unrequited garage love, surf guitar solo panned across the stereo field. I know how you feel.
Gut-busting garage pop, serving up crunchy guitars with a fun-loving energy that is easy to endorse. Spare five easy minutes of your day and listen to both sides of the single.
Reminiscent of those lazy, hazy days of summer. They ain’t on Snappy Little Numbers fer nuthin’. Recommended.
The hooks keep you flipping the vinyl back and forth, I can't tell the a-side from the b-side. Friends of Cesar Romero could easily join the rosters of craggy combo craving cartels like Trouble In Mind, HoZac, or Burger Records.
-WHO WANTS LOVE WITHOUT THE LOOKS