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Starwood’s unique sound is a strong blend of musical influences with everything from punk to metal to good old rock ‘n’ roll". Starwood captures the musical feel of rock icons like Cheap Trick and Kiss and couples it with the raw energy of bands like The New York Dolls resulting in a record that comfortably rests among the likes of the Darkness and Velvet Revolver.
A simply entertaining disc of high octane pop metal material.. Starwood plays it like it is with songs that…kick you in the ass and might even get your head banging," states the Music Connection, adding: "This is an album for anyone who kneels before the Gods for the return of carefree arena rock." According to Metal Edge, Starwood "leans heavily to ‘70s era icons like KISS, Cheap Trick and New York Dolls, but they pummel forth in a very sleazier version of the above. The production is very raw yet polished in all the right spots making it a very strong rock record." Crave claims If Ain’t Broke, Break It! boasts "an impressive old school rock feel" and hopes Starwood is "the band that brings back those Hollywood rock bands that got swept away so many years ago," while Metal Invader comes right to the point: "simple ‘70s-style, goodtime RNR, glamy, sleazy and filthy as hell, catchy, full of simple hooks and driving rhythms with attitude that kicks ya in the face."
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