Album Review: Terrorvision – “Super Delux”
Oh, that’s not enough?
Terrorvision have been riding the old farewell tour merry-go-round for the best part of 6 years now, but still manage to pull in the crowds – a fact that evidently hasn’t escaped their notice as they’ve finally given the fans what they’ve been wanting and got their arses back in the studio.
And it has to be said, they don’t disappoint. The grin factor’s set high right from the off with opener ‘Demolition Song’, while ‘Pushover’ is about as authentically Terrorvision as you can get, all larger than life hooks and catchy as hell.
The rock n’ roll swagger of ‘All The Girls Wanna Dance’ is just pure unadulterated fun from start to finish, it’s definitely the standout track here – and I defy anyone not to find themselves jumping around like a loon to the likes of ‘Rock Radio’ after a couple of listens. The only slightly weaker moment is the slower paced ‘Run and Hide’, but then slower paced isn’t really what you listen to Terrorvision for, now is it?!
There’s nothing drastically new sounding on this album, but the old adage “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” springs to mind – it’s great to see they’ve still got it, they’ve been missed, even if they never quite went away!