Comprising Jesse Hughes and Queens of the Stone Age leader Josh Homme, EoDM prove that they are more than just a side project. Heart On's 40 minutes combine elements of the guitar-driven classic rock of the '70s, with hints of blues and folk influences.
Lyrically, Heart On displays a ribald hilarity that would make even Tenacious D blush. EoDM offer pimping lessons on the opening track, "Anything 'Cept the Truth," driven by a beat from a tambourine and clapping hands. "Solo Flights," an ode to masturbation, is chock-full of great one-liners like, "I keep a tight grip on myself," and, "Nobody does me like I do." "Make some room for your daddy 'cause he gonna make a landing tonight," Hughes belts hysterically on the sexually charged "I'm Your Torpedo."
True to its cheeky title, Heart On hearkens back to the days when rock 'n' roll was good-old-fashioned, sleazy-and-dangerous fun.