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Rehab

À propos de Rehab

Despite a somewhat lukewarm critical reception to their hard-rockin', undeniably frat-friendly rap-rock, Rehab can win you over with the pronounced streak of bent humor running through their Dirty South/'90s-ish rap and classic rock samples. Loser anthem "Sittin' at a Bar," a perennial hit on jukeboxes, has been repackaged in countless forms, from its original home on 2000's Southern Discomfort to Graffitti the World, which first appeared in 2005 and was re-released in 2008. The band may be shameless about reselling the same product over and over, but they get away with it by hitting on classic rock in unexpected areas; "Wht Do U Wnt Frm Me" is built around the song "Private Sorrow" by the Pretty Things.

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Rehab

Despite a somewhat lukewarm critical reception to their hard-rockin', undeniably frat-friendly rap-rock, Rehab can win you over with the pronounced streak of bent humor running through their Dirty South/'90s-ish rap and classic rock samples. Loser anthem "Sittin' at a Bar," a perennial hit on jukeboxes, has been repackaged in countless forms, from its original home on 2000's Southern Discomfort to Graffitti the World, which first appeared in 2005 and was re-released in 2008. The band may be shameless about reselling the same product over and over, but they get away with it by hitting on classic rock in unexpected areas; "Wht Do U Wnt Frm Me" is built around the song "Private Sorrow" by the Pretty Things.

À propos de Rehab

Despite a somewhat lukewarm critical reception to their hard-rockin', undeniably frat-friendly rap-rock, Rehab can win you over with the pronounced streak of bent humor running through their Dirty South/'90s-ish rap and classic rock samples. Loser anthem "Sittin' at a Bar," a perennial hit on jukeboxes, has been repackaged in countless forms, from its original home on 2000's Southern Discomfort to Graffitti the World, which first appeared in 2005 and was re-released in 2008. The band may be shameless about reselling the same product over and over, but they get away with it by hitting on classic rock in unexpected areas; "Wht Do U Wnt Frm Me" is built around the song "Private Sorrow" by the Pretty Things.

À propos de Rehab

Despite a somewhat lukewarm critical reception to their hard-rockin', undeniably frat-friendly rap-rock, Rehab can win you over with the pronounced streak of bent humor running through their Dirty South/'90s-ish rap and classic rock samples. Loser anthem "Sittin' at a Bar," a perennial hit on jukeboxes, has been repackaged in countless forms, from its original home on 2000's Southern Discomfort to Graffitti the World, which first appeared in 2005 and was re-released in 2008. The band may be shameless about reselling the same product over and over, but they get away with it by hitting on classic rock in unexpected areas; "Wht Do U Wnt Frm Me" is built around the song "Private Sorrow" by the Pretty Things.

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