Barrence Whitfield is most likely the sort of guy who brings the party with him. Together with The Savages, his rabid form of blues, soul and garage rock is filled with punk inspired riffs, manic vocal acrobatics and the sort of unrelenting energy that The Cramps made their name on. Saxophones and trumpets punctuate the rowdy affair, and howling rockabilly is also on the menu, along with plenty of bass grooves, as the outfit tear through 12 tracks in under 40 minutes. Though the album title may lead you to believe it’s a cosmic experience (Titan is the largest moon of Saturn), instead Whitfield and company cull all the best elements of rock’s past into a wild, unpredictable adventure.

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