Jetboy’s “Feel The Shake” is official song the Philadelphia Flyers play whenever they score a goal
The National Hockey League‘s Philadelphia Flyers will be rocking to an ’80s sleazy rock n’ roll classic this season as Jetboy‘s signature song “Feel The Shake” is the team’s official song to be played whenever the hockey team scores a goal.
The following message was posted on Jetboy‘s Facebook page earlier today:
“‘Feel The Shake’ is the official song the @philadelphiaflyers play when they score a goal! That’s pretty bad ass! Thank you PF #philadelphiaflyers #jetboyrocks #jetboy #hockey”
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Jetboy‘s album Feel The Shake:
“What can I say about Feel The Shake? What a great fuckin’ album! I will admit that it took me a few listens to appreciate the greatness of the album and that’s mostly because the pace of the songs are a bit slower than they are likely played live. Back in the day, it was common for bands to release songs on a record played at a slower tempo than they would be played live. A good example is Mötley Crüe‘s “Use It Or Lose It” from their Theatre Of Pain album. Boy, was that song sped up when I heard the Crūe‘s live version of it. I can honestly say that I can’t really listen to KISS‘ first three studio albums because I much prefer the sped up versions of the songs that made it onto Alive! Accordingly, it took me a few listens to really get into Feel The Shake because odds are, those songs are being played at a faster tempo if they make it these days into Jetboy‘s live setlist.
“Feel The Shake” is obviously the Jetboy anthem. Built on a simple but catchy guitar riff, the song really takes off when Finn starts his raspy delivery and the track starts building to the easy to sing along to chorus. It’s one of the great song anthems of the ’80s era.”
Jetboy‘s “Feel The Shake” video: