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Music Review: ZZ Top ‘La Futura’
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ZZ Top: La FuturaLa Futura
ZZ Top
CD | MP3
Universal Republic
Release Date: September 11, 2012

ZZ Top seems to be the little band that could. Just when you think they’ve done all they are going to do musically here they come with La Futura.

They’ve been around a lot longer than many people know. It all didn’t just start in the 1980s with “Sharp Dressed Man.” The band actually formed in 1969 and toured with the likes of Jimi Hendrix. Blues heavy classics “La Grange” and “Tush” made the band stars and ’80s experiments such as the previously mentioned “Sharp Dressed Man” and “TV Dinners” helped the band find even more fans with the still bluesy but modern rock sound. So they’ve been playing music and experimenting with modern influences mixed with their blues base with varying levels of success.

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