Album Review: Wasted Puppets – Beg for More EP

Beg for More is the debut EP for Finnish rock band Wasted Puppets. The band formed in 2011 and takes influence from classic rock artists such as Led Zeppelin, Guns N Roses, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. The EP contains 3 tracks starting with the title track Beg for More. It’s an upbeat and fairly catchy track with some good classic sounds to it in both the guitar riffs and vocal style. Doghouse starts off with a riff that is not dissimilar to Golden Earring’s Radar Love, though the rest of the track sounds very different to the well-known tune. Finally Roadkill is another catchy and upbeat track that you find yourself tapping your foot along to. It’s a nice little upbeat and catchy rock EP, however, it didn’t leave me begging for more. There was nothing that really grabbed my attention or stood out as original. The talent is there for sure and I hope the band puts a little bit more of themselves into future releases rather than following a path that has already been well trodden over the years.

Review by Áine Mosh.


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