by Robert Bell
Little Rock's The Revolutioners combine the ear candy of Top 40 hooks with balls-out rock 'n' roll bravado. They sound like driving down a lonely state highway on a late summer night in a convertible Mustang at 90 mph with the top down, then stopping for a make-out sesh with your girlfriend. Does that make sense?
The band is hella tight and singer Phil Houston (also of Se7en Sharp) has a killer set of pipes. It all adds up to unabashed rawkin', especially on the AC/DC-esque "Love Punch."