Guitar good. Bass good. Drums really good. Rollin’ Rodeo’s “Dirty Mind” instrumental use is talented and impressive, the guitar solo was done well and it was really noteworthy; the bassist kept the rhythm steady and distinguishable, but what really stuck out to me was the drums. The drummer, Mikey, didn’t just seem to know how to play the drums well, it sounded like it was something she loved and enjoyed which is also obvious in the video. I am sure this drummer will show us great things.

As for the lyrics, the song title says it all; you have got to have a dirty mind to enjoy the full meaning of this song. As the singer gives out of crafty yet “subtle” words, and then not so subtle phrases he seems too desperate for some physical attention. Even though you can’t catch all the words in the song – and sadly the lyrics are not available yet – you get the picture and even if don’t get it, you can still enjoy the husky voice of the singer.
To conclude the song is above average, not going to be one of the greatest hits, but it has don’t well for itself, I pretty much enjoy listing to it, not watching it though, the video seemed boring and pointless. Enjoy.