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Greenriver Thrillers

by Greenriver Thrillers

The first self released Cd from this Pacific Northwest band mixes a loud and aggressive, but at times melodic sound with elements of Hard Rock riffs meets Industrial.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Sweat Stash
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3:29 $0.99
2. Power Troll
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3. Mechanical Meat
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4. Rear Naked Choke
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5. Goiter
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6. Perverted
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7. Elbows and Assholes
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
Hello, guys,

Tom Niemeyer here from The Accused / Gruntruck, etc.

Phil--thank you so much for the CD I got a few days ago in the mail.

Gentlemen--thanks to all of you as a collective for bringing some of the most incredible
music into being that these ears and this mind have ever experienced. Seldom has a
fucking band come along in my life that delivers so much original, emotional, sincere
energy and creative output than that of Greenriver Thrillers. The CD is easily the ugliest, dirtiest, most beautiful, spotless, unrefined and completely honed release I've heard in 20 years. It is musically--everything.

The fucking scary thing to me is:

I know there's more coming!


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