Peter Blast:
White Voodoo
By: Gus Bernadicou
"PETER BLAST / WHITE VOODOO" kicks off with a taste of loose and reckless guitar weaving Rock-N-Roll reminiscent to the Original New York Dolls, The Rolling Stones, and the Sex Pistols all rolled up into one on the first track. Peter moves onto more radio friendly choice cuts complete with melodies and sing along hooks before stirring up the pot with Snaky Blues, Classic Rock, and Sixties R&B with a twist. Now add in the spice of an up tempo Tex-Mex Rocker that will have you swaying away with the night, front porch Country Blues, Adult Contemporary, a bit of Edgy Powerhouse Pop and back full circle with more Blues Based Rock. "PETER BLAST / WHITE VOODOO" serves up a full plate and should be listened to from beginning to end to fully capture and appreciate the uniqueness and diversity of the true Peter Blast sound.
White Voodoo is a refreshing new album in the groove of Johnny Thunders and the New York Dolls. Blast has been around the block, playing with Dolls Sami Yaffa and Steve Conte and 80’s rocker Chip Z’Nuff… Stand out tracks is rocking ballad “Taiwanese” and “Sleeping on a Bed of Thorns”…Blast’s voice is an interesting mix between Stiv Bators and Johnny Thunders, not too guttural but guttural enough to be rock and roll! One of the best blues songs of the year, “Devil’s Puppet” builds and builds and features a guitar solo! BUY THIS ALBUM.