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Granny Tweed

by Granny Tweed

A burst of creative energy that can only come from three friends that share a collective love of music.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Bandito Royale
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2. Electric Pig Farm
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3. Tinnitus
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4. Roadblock
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5. Artifact
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6. Meath Darch
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7. Canton City Son
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8. Call to Mind
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9. Pie in the Face
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10. Nufastun
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11. Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Granny Tweed's debut offers you the sensation of having your ass handed to you without having to be there. Produced by Johnny Kenepaske of Adam Lee and the Dead Horse Sound Company, this album features the combined forces of three regionally respected talents (Gordo of old country death/Beach Team/GCDC, Chicken Dinner of Fast Food Junkies/GCDC, and Josh Finley of DeWayn Bros./The Deedles/Loco Macheen). Together these individuals coalesce into a sonic maelstrom not unlike an Aural Extinction Level Event. All wordiness aside, they rock balls.

The Tweed consciously chooses to avoid a lot of meaningless reference points in describing their music and instead prefers to leave it to their listeners to decide what they hear in their songs. What is felt is played...this album documents the sound of that energy.


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