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Danger: Live Wire!

by celia

Swinging songwriting with a disco beat, played by a rock and roll band. Clever lyrics and lots of energy make DANGER: LIVE WIRE. hard not to LOVE.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Heavy On the Makeup
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3:50 $0.99
2. Armadillo
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4:23 $0.99
3. You Just Gave Your Love Away
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5:16 $0.99
4. Sweet Potato
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3:57 $0.99
5. Happy Accidents
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6:27 $0.99
6. Bus Stop
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3:03 $0.99
7. Don't Put That On Me
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8. Bad Mood for Good
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5:40 $0.99
9. Unrequited
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5:29 $0.99
10. My Project for the New American Century
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Album Notes
Celia Shacklett's first showbiz experience was as a small child in a small town, holding up audience prompt signs and an occasional oleo appearance in the Plains Theatre Guild's annual melodrama. The daughter of on of Western Kansas' best loved actors, Quinton "Shack" Shacklett, Celia was trained in instrumental music, primarily violin, tuba, and bassoon. Celia became a singer/songwriter upon the aquisition of her Washburn D-10 guitar. After completing a degree in English at the University of Kansas, Celia spent a couple of years playing every Tuesday night in Lawrence Kansas at the Brown Bear Brewery, where her fans encouragement and support helped to produce Celia's first full length album of original songs, "LOVE-O-RAMA". In 2001, Celia moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and started playing in a rock band and writing rock/disco songs. Her latest full length album, "DANGER: LIVE WIRE!" is co-produced by Celia and her brother, Derek "shack" Shacklett, a singer/songwriter from Fayettville, Arkansas. "DANGER: LIVE WIRE!" was recorded live in the studio with only a few overdubs. The sound is energetic and fun, and the motive is still a l o v e - o - r a m a . Celia lives in the city of St. Louis, where she enjoys many interesting activities and friendly people. She plans to continue to make friends through music forever.


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r. willis

nothing can quite capture the experience of Celia in live performance, alone or with her big rock band, but this cd comes close. armadillo.

StL Steve

shockingly scrumptious
Such a great beat and melody to these tunes.
While making French Toast this morning we all were dancing in the kitchen to Sweet Potato with the stereo turned up.
Super Quality mix.

LOVE punches you in the face! And it feels great*

Megan Mo

everyone always asks, "where can i buy this?"
Celia's beautiful, clear voice and unique sense of humor shine through in this funky and insightful album. "Sweet Potato" is catchy with shameless innuendo, but my favorite song is "Unrequited," which is steady and bittersweet. Celia is a talented musician and an amazing person. If you aren't fortunate enough to meet her, listen to this album and you will feel like you have.

Ernesto Zither

Dude, this music kix my ass. Celia is even better live. She's like the livest raw shite, dogs. Pick up this CD and spin the sweet stuff in your ears. Its the closest you can get to live until she comes to YOUR TOWN, sweeter 'n shite, man! Sweet in your ears, man!


sweet, sweet sounds
How can a song about feeling bad make you feel so good? How can a song about the lowly sweet potato make your soul soar? Celia is magic, and this disc provides something fans of hers from way back have wanted for a long time--some shack that you can shake to. Shake it, bake it, whatever. Just get it. And make sure your connection is tight....

Renaldo Parsington

good for your effin' life
man can i even tell you how this album sort of wigged me out. not in a bad way. like a good vibe feel, a total brain buzz, if you know how that feels, man. retro disco rock funktronic jams, dude, is what i'm talkin about, cept that one song about america which made me sad for some reason. anywho even if you don't know this chick (hell, man, I never met her in my life and prolly never will, cause i got stuff to do, dig) but still you gotta check out the jams, man. give it a chance. thats just one laid back bro's opinion. hell


It was great.......
It was so good that, I can not wait to see Celia in person.



Jada B of Verbal Terrorism

Celia what can I say funky punky and disco all at once.
Celia what can I say funky punky and disco all at once. I am in love with Celia's sound and her heart felt lyrics along with the silly ones. Being a Porcupine fan myself I can dig the armadillo love, but sweet potatoes are where it's at! Also Celia come back to Indiana sometime!

Athena Reich

Celia's songwriting is addictive, humorous and inspiring
I'm addicted to Celia's music. The chords, melodies, quirky lyrics and honest humor haunt me. Whenever I need to feel comforted and connected to good times, I put on a Celia CD. This girl is AWESOME live as well. You've got to check her out. Beautiful voice, amazing comedic presence, and funny, clever, honest songwriting. You gotta have a Celia CD!
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