May 21, 2009

The Upper Crust - Let Them Eat Rock

Genre(s) - Hard roque
Origin - United States of America
Year of release - 1995
Bitrate - 192 kbps
Size - 42.58 MB

It's not easy being a fashion-conscious, handsome and important 18th-century aristocrat, but on the other hand, it has its benefits. Five of these privileged gentlemen teamed up as a rock band to share their experiences with the proles. As The Upper Crust, they play driving (if somewhat simple) old-school hard rock with snobbish vocals and a haughty fucking attitude, taking their cues from AC/DC, Kiss and Lord Foppington. Excellent music to accompany your participation
in debaucheries at the highest circles or to compare each other's wigs and beauty spots to. Rock out with your frock coat!
  1. Let them eat rock
  2. Little lord Fauntleroy
  3. Rock 'n' roll butler
  4. Minuet
  5. Who's who of love
  6. I've got my ascot and my dickie
  7. Old money
  8. Friend of a friend (of the working class)
  9. RSVP
  10. Little rickshaw boy
  11. Opera glass
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  1. I lived in the Boston area for a while. I remember these guys. They definitely stood out from the usual indie/grunge/punk thing that was going around at the time.

  2. Cool! I can imagine they were a fresh breeze. Where do you live now?