Meaux is also the birthplace of a power rock band named Jet Banana. The quartet lives by the motto 'Let's Boogie Woogie!', which musically translates as 'let's play some rock music and have some fun'. They seem influenced by traditional hard rock, pop rock and grunge, three styles with plenty of energy. On this album, they show their capabilities by simply rocking their socks off, and yours too if you're willing to listen.
In fact, they take on a journey through rock history from Deep Purple to The Stray Cats and from Pearl Jam to Neil Young And The Crazy Horse. Opener 'Master Is the Enemy' and follower 'Missionary' somehow remind me of acts like Skid Row, old Bon Jovi perhaps, while Dead Loves Song' and 'Love IS Away' have something rockabilly. Or how about the grunge rocker 'White And Red', a mix of Spin Doctors and Nirvana. These are damn fun songs to listen and dance to.
Other acts that often come to mind, include Poison, Black Crowes, Led Zeppelin and The Beatles (who apparently forgot to write 'Baby I'm Down'. So yeah, I think these guys know their rock history and I think they're perfectly capable of convincing a wide audience about their songwriting abilities. You know what, I'm going to play this album again, loud, so the neighbours can enjoy it too. It's a beautiful day, a perfect day for rock!!!