Sugar Skulls | the waking hour

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the waking hour

by Sugar Skulls

Dark, uptempo punk/rock featuring guy/girl vocals, catchy songs, air tight rhythms and a killer horn section make for one fine rock and roll band.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. The Waking Hour
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2. Swear and Sin
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3. At Our Door
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4. Ripchord
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5. Inside Out
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6. Day of the Dead
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7. Poison Headlights
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8. The Chase
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9. Blessed Ground
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10. From Me
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Album Notes
SUGAR SKULLS are a seven piece rock power house from Philadelphia. Centered around the vocal interplay between Heather Kovalcik and Red Burns the SUGAR SKULLS have a style all their own. Strong catchy songs anchored by a rock solid rhythm section of Brian Murray and Dane Wilson and spiced up by the horns of MikeTramontana and KenBrune (yeah, we've got horns
but we are definitely NOT a swing band!) make for the perfect sound track to either a bottle of bourbon or some midnight driving. Broken hearts and empty bottles litter this musical landscape and sunrise is seen more often when you're passing out than waking up.

"The songs are like little stories and stand as well on individual merit as they do collectively. Bottom line is that "The Waking Hour" is a stunning body of work." Paul Bearer CARBON 14


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