Saucy Monky roar back into action with this anthemic, catchy rocker.
Phil Udell, 24 Jan 2005
Saucy Monky roar back into action with this anthemic, catchy rocker. Featuring waves of crunchy guitar, sultry vocals and soaring, memorable choruses, this is the sound of a confident and refreshingly flamboyant outfit at the top of their game. Bold and beautiful.
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