The world is on a fast-track, and in an effort to multi-task releases, The Reckless Electric title their debut, Comeback. The Nashville-based band has rules, and rule number one for The Reckless Electric is ‘if it’s not fun, they don’t do it’, Comeback simplifying the steps to a good time with a rock’n’roll musical backing and commonsense stories. Dual vocals double the punch of the tunes as The Reckless Electric strut out on Rolling Stones riffs to diss a “Local” while they aim their sights higher for nationwide appeal. The album kicks open its doors with the bring-‘em-back goals of title track as Comeback uses a personal hero as a model with “Like Her”, and x’s out what-if’s on the runway “Little Miss Sparkle Pageant” and school days “Straight A Girls”.
The Reckless Electric shout out the truth as the group’s twin guitars maximize three chord potential on Comeback. The band is a side-project for the two women behind the microphones, Mary Bragg and Becky Warren. While both musicians are on solid footing with solo careers, the musical management for success can be a serous undertaking. Mary and Becky takes shots with a smirk as guitar chords play tag in “Ice Cream and Liquor” while “The Say When” takes a seat at a local bar and fate’s sense of humor gets called out in the guitar jangle of “France”. The Reckless Electric entered Welcome to 1979 studio in Nashville, recording Comeback live to tape to capture fun in its natural environment. A distant sound comes in through the rock’n’roll speakers blaring The Reckless Electric as the band follow the trumpet call of “Gravy Train” and toss off a come-on with “Come Around”.
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