In their continued efforts to tout the so-called "revival" of rock 'n' roll, mainstream media rags focus only on bands that rip off either the Rolling Stones or the Velvet Underground. Apparently, nothing earlier than the 1960s is worth reviving. Sure, it's good that kids brought up on metal are getting a much-needed history lesson. But why always overlook the pioneers of the 1950s? Well, the 18 Wheelers are here to remind us what rock was like before art and heroin got involved -- when blue suede shoes were cool and country musicians didn't pen songs about buying American flags at Wal-Mart. The... More >>>