Album review: Georgia Satellites, In the Land of Salvation and Sin (1989)

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, DEC. 1, 1989

By Steve Newton

You’ve gotta like a band like the Georgia Satellites–they know what they do best, and the just keep doin’ it.

On their first two albums they made pulverizing boogie-blues their one-and-only forte, and on their excellent third album they’ve not only kept the faith–they’ve become better at it.

If you ever wondered what AC/DC would sound like if they grew up in Georgia, give a listen.

 

 

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