“Suburban Sprawl and Alcohol” (Light Switch)

New York’s L.P. was apparently born with a rock ‘n’ roll voice and a shameless love of late-‘70s-era hard rock, which was a lot more melodic and emotional than what passes for hard rock these days. On her latest album, the singer throttles her way through 11 originals that suggest Joan Jett fronting the Strokes, or Stevie Nicks singing lead for Blue Oyster Cult. [ 5/23/04 ]

---Seth Rogovoy

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