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Sinners Saints – Bad Habits Review


Written by Mike McKenna
PA Music Scene
August 2010

Sinners Saints is one of those Philly bands that dared to break the mold of the usual club acts. Their brand of Southern-Rock influenced music brings back memories of Molly Hatchett. “Dirty Sexy Rock N Roll” is their interpretation of southern blues coupled with rocking guitar licks and kick-ass rhythms that make them a very professional and polished group of talented musicians. This is a band for the masses to party with!

“Whiskey Train” is an upbeat toe-tappin number with some nice hooks and an awesome chorus….’Gimme Rock, Gimme Roll’ could be a new rock anthem and could break AOR charts. “No Starting Over” is a nice ballad that vocalist Don Michael adds his own touch and feeling to along with the guitar work of ‘Bones” Morganelli that could possibly make this a multi-format single release! “Dirty Sexy Lil Nothing” is one of those good party tunes that keep your feet moving and keeps the energy moving throughout. The tempo of this number is crisp and has energy. “Fallen Angel” is one of those numbers that you can hear many different influences in the composition. The changes in the tempo and instrumentation are refreshing.

Oh yea, after seeing them live, I also heard a Beatles/Stones medley that was a totally awesome interpretation of two classics. If they ever record this, it could go places!