A smash in Europe, the band released a cocksure debut, Hit After Hit, that led to a brief signing with Interscope. Having promptly moved on to BYO Records, they'll soon be releasing Sex Objects, which races at warp speed through drinking, brawling songs à la Sham 69, with all the confrontational swagger of the New York Dolls. The Briefs take a '70s trend and mix it with the active ingredients of the '90s punk revival. Their power chords and hooks are cooked up like crack, and they're every bit as addictive.
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