2015 release, the third album from Giuda (pronounced jew-da), the Italian five-piece band from Rome born from the ashes of one of the finest European punk rock groups, Taxi. Guida play the most exciting kind of retro-sounding rock 'n' roll and junk shop glam. Their look of true working class heroes (boots, polos, checkered shirts, leather jackets and short or shaved hair) gained a touch of glam-kinda style over the years, better reflecting the rich patchwork of their music. After their debut album Racey Roller in 2010 and Let's Do It Again in 2013, now the band are back with Speaks Evil. Their mix of anthemic '70s glam hooks and the punchy delivery of early UK punk has grown up into something that is just rock 'n' roll, straight and sharp as Giuda can be. First bite of the new album is "Roll The Balls", a stunning quintessential piece of straight rock 'n' roll with hints of Brit glam rock.
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