If you are looking for good time rock and roll, then you can’t get much better than Wilson. So a Friday night gig in Glasgow playing in what essentially amounts to being a basement seems like a guarantee for a good time.
Today I am going to tell you my top twenty albums of the year, but before I get to that I think it would be remiss of me to not mention the death of Lemmy Kilmister. There are going to be a thousand people writing a thousand words about Lemmy over the next few days. Most of whom are in a better place to do so than me. However, for my two pence, the man was rock and roll. Few have lived as fast and as loud as Lemmy and none of them have done it until the age of 70. His blend of punk rock attitude with rock and roll has been influential on everyone who likes to play loud and he will he be missed. In tribute today, I suggest you play your music a lot louder and live life just that little bit wilder. Anyway, on with the show.
Wilson grabbed everyone’s attention with their debut album Full Blast Fuckery, a beer fuelled orgy of hard rock. Tracks like ‘Viking Pussies Fuck Off’ were perfect at catching the attention. This year they’re back with their second album, Right to Rise, which sees the band growing up and cementing themselves as one hell of a hard rock outfit.