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Snake Oil Salesman

by The-Front

High Energy Female-Fronted Punk Rock-N-Roll Snake Oil Salesman Produced by JOE QUEER of the legendary QUEERS!
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. All Hail
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2:56 album only
2. Snake Oil
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2:52 album only
3. Take Me On
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3:06 album only
4. Pushin On
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3:17 album only
5. Death Dress
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2:09 album only
6. Low Income Love
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3:23 album only
7. Fire Away
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8. Corner Walker
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3:45 album only
9. Taking Back the Night
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10. White
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Album Notes
"Led by Lauren Bayert—who could easily
pass, at least judged on voice alone, as the lovechild of Exene
Cervenka and Mike Ness—Wyoming’s The Front plays mid-tempo punk rock
that’s heavy on bleak hooks and light on bullshit. It’s a style that’s
as timeless as it is out of place in a splintered, accelerated punk
scene that doesn’t really seem to have a core identity anymore. The
Front weathers the crisis by clinging tight to those proven punk
essentials: Outrage, aggression, blistering power chords, and a sense
of melody that never gets in the way of sheer catharsis." - The Onion


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