With a sound harking back to the early new-wave bands of the mid 1970s,
Montreal-based We Are Wolves delivered one of the most infectious albums of the
Non-Stop Je Te Plie en Deux (Fat Possum, 2005).
They are at their best in the hysterical dance-punk theme Non Stop,
but, underlying the whole mayhem, is a profound knowledge of rock's past.
Their use of vocals and keyboards in Little Birds evokes
Devo and Knack (of My Sharona fame).
L.L. Romeo sounds like one of Cramps' evil voodoobilly numbers given an electronic update.
The longer pulsating psychodrama of La Nature merges
Heldon's neurotic space-rock and Suicide's spectral electro-rockabilly.
Snare Me adds a touch of AC/DC's bluesy
metal to the recipe.
T.r.o.u.b.l.e. approaches the intensity of manic punk-rock.
The relentless show of ferocity is interrupted only by the
instrumental tribal wardance Namai Taila Cambodge for tabla and synth
and the brief Middle-Eastern closer.
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