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Mick Collins and the Screws have toured the US and Japan since the release of their debut of two years ago. The Screws feature the guitar and vocal stylings of Terri Wahl (formerly of the Red Aunts) as well as a new rhythm section for their sophomore effort. This time around the Screws have shed some of their punk rock attack in favor of a more R'n'B/blues beat. While Terri and Mick's guitar assault remains pure no-wave psychosis, the tone is more juke joint than slam pit this time around. Ike Turner, John Lee Hooker and even techno giants Groove Armada get mangled by the Screws' treatment. Mick Collins says, "If you can't dance or fuck to it, then it ain't rock n' roll." Well, this is rock n' roll. "Ladies and gentlemen, let's please recognize The Screws. [They] embody rock and roll at its most happily misanthropic. Their … show at EJ's was a rowdy beer-spiller and their self-titled album on In the Red Records reeks of grime and poison. While the Screws' blend of lobotomized blues and fuzz-destroyed rock and roll certainly won't win a lot of crossover sales from members of the Celine Dion Fan Club, it's perfect for … odes to transgression." -Willamette Week