Recorded virtually live in the studio, Take It From The Man presents a different facet of the group's style, a country-blues driven groove with clear nods to the Stones, Beatles, Jesus & Mary Chain and (some say) even the Stone Roses. It's a song-oriented record, filled as before with lyrics that make you stop and think, pushed forward by the band's dynamic new three-guitar lineup, reminiscent in that respect of the Shake Some Action-vintage Flamin' Groovies. But this is no oldie-fest; the derivative elements are structural and spiritual; the music is thoroughly contemporary. Take it from "the man": you don't have to "take it" from the man when you have Take It From the Man.
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