Anthony Leon & the Chain | Hell to Pay

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Hell to Pay

by Anthony Leon & the Chain

An Alt Country Epic Western. A Gospel Album. A Rock Album. The soundtrack for the rebel in us all.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Road to Ruin
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2. Alcohol & Drugs
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3. Wildfire
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4. Down in Lonely
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5. Devil's At Reds
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6. How the West Was Won
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7. The Sinner
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8. Death & Taxes
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9. Aim to Please
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10. I Saw the Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Who am I? Of Sinners I am Chief. I have been in a fire fight all my life, and the word has been my sword. In a single moment, language and love were born when pre-historic man's emotion overturned his reason, and then walked away a new form of being. A rebel without a cause, no, I think not, but I really could not tell you what I have been in uproars about all my life. However, my heart and my brain have been in a state of revolution and civil war from the day I was born.

The album is finished, the artwork done and sent off to press. To be honest with you, I did not think I was going to see the end of it. The songs on this record reflect two years of hell. Down and out and rockin’ rollin’, I trudged along, always with the steady accompaniment of The Chain. It’s a tale of falling down to rock bottom and crawling your way out.


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