Derived from the Texan's fine debut album Mouthful Of Love, Starlite is a raucous good-time rock 'n' roller that hits the spot instantly and has more potential to reach an esteemed status than most of the low flying, profoundly dumb or embarrassingly kitsch attempts made by certain rock bands (mentioning no names - Limp Bizkit and Nickelback), who more often than not, make a notable dent in the singles charts.
Opening with the feisty vocal chords of co-singer Jennifer Stephens and then the Brian Johnson-style screeching of guitarist and co-vocalist Chris Hodge, Starlite booms into action with sonic bursts of old-school heavy metal. The equally joyous sounds of the two b-sides that accompany this short opus will only increase your unhealthy craving for more of the same hard-edged Southern rock.
For those of you who haven't yet heard Young Heart Attack's glorious incarnation of classic '70s guitar rock (see early AC/DC and Motorhead for further instructions) this single will surely stop you from buying that last pint the next few times you're “darn the pub” and instead chose to invest in a copy of their terrific album. If you want a mouthful of Jack Daniels soaked cock-rock, you've got it.