Sanctuary Rig | Sail On

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Sail On

by Sanctuary Rig

This 25-minute long mini-LP contains four rock songs about longing, communication, sexy girls and transvestite duality.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Sail On
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7:15 $0.99
2. No-one Understands (Outside the Shelter)
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4:45 $0.99
3. This Love
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5:58 $0.99
4. You Are You (Indeed, Baby!)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Sanctuary Rig are an all-originals band based in the South-East of England.

The band consists of four musicians from extremely diverse musical backgrounds, which has led to an amazing mixture of genres in their music. At any Rig gig, you can expect to hear all-out rock, cool blues, retro prog, 60s psychaedelia, fun pop and singalong barnstormers.

Their ethos is to write their own music the way they like it, and to record it and play it live entirely themselves with no samples.

Sail On (2005) is the band\'s debut release consisisting of four songs dealing with longing, communication, sexy girls and transvestite duality. At over 25-minutes, it\'s longer than some full albums!


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