Faced with another single cut from the debut album from West Coast sleaze rockers The Bronx, one wonders whether White Guilt can match the high hopes raised by previous single cut 'History's Stranglers'
The album is a visceral, cutting slice of angry swagger for the new millennium, likes the Stooges on cheap drugs. Sadly, in isolation White Guilt just comes across as a bastardised hybrid of Hanoi Rocks and the Rolling Stones, all mid-tempo, radio friendly nonsense.
Whoever chose this as the latest single cut doesn't get what it is that makes the Bronx so good. Let someone else pick a winner next time please.