TUGG | Come Sunrise...

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Come Sunrise...


13 tracks that weave seamlessly between reggae, rock, ska, and acoustic music. A must have CD if you are a fan of the Reggae Rock genre. Recorded and Produced by Brad from The Ziggens!
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Don't Go Downtown
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2. Wrong Dub
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3. Fly By Night
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4. Bradley was a DJ
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5. Straight Home/Wednesday Night Jesse
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6. Great Big World
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7. Smile
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8. Surfin 160
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9. To Get Through
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10. Cold Drinks
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11. Tacos with Dio
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12. Lovers Rock
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13. Burn Bright
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Album Notes
T.U.G.G. has spent the better part of 2010 earning fans all around the Midwest in clubs, bars, colleges and outdoor festivals with their high-energy live show and loyal fan-base. The group has also been busy this year crafting their latest album in a basement studio of a small Wisconsin town with none other than one of their musical heroes, Brad Ziggen who’s band The Ziggens came to notoriety in the mid-nineties as a member of Skunk Records as well as tour-mates and ever ready source of song material for Sublime. It just so happens that The Ziggens drummer and T.U.G.G. both call Western Wisconsin home and after a chance meeting they have teamed up to record “Come Sunrise… “ A collection of 13 songs that seamlessly float between reggae, ska, surf an acoustic music. Released on T.U.G.G.’s own independent record label Last Call Records, they are embarking on a summer tour to promote the album. The tour entitled “No Sleep Till Sunrise” will make its way through the Midwest and Western part of The United States beginning July 5th in St. Louis, MO.


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