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Buckcherry

All Night Long

Eleven Seven
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August 12, 2010

Have you ever watched footage of the BP oil disaster and wonder­ed, "Hey, what do the guys who sang 'Crazy Bitch' think of this?" Wonder no more! Buckcherry respond with "Our World," on which Josh Todd wails, "We keep on fighting for oil and killing in the Middle East." Elsewhere they return to vintage Sunset Strip glam metal à la "Crazy Bitch," the most brilliantly over-the-top hard-rock hit of recent years, celebrating underdressed girls in simple but fun stomps such as "Oh My Lord."

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