The Running Gags | Yeah, No

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Yeah, No

by The Running Gags

Modern rock n' roll that soothes the soul, grooves the funk, entices the brain and is the foundation for the tightest live show around.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Yeah, No
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2. Wait Now Don't Wait
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3. Let Me See
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4. For Crying Out Loud
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5. Just a Tree
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6. Old Dog
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7. Mr. Invincible
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8. Ms. Direction
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9. Just a Rush
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10. Too Loud
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11. Puddles
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12. Omkaj
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Album Notes
Yeah, No was recorded over the course of a year. The Running Gags started doing drum tracks on March 13, 2011. The finished twelve tracks went to Gateway Mastering Studio in Portland, ME on March 13, 2012 where they were mastered by Grammy award-winning engineer Adam Ayan.

The album features all original songs written, produced and mixed by The Running Gags. These songs have been worked out on and off stages since the band's inception in August 2008.

Rock music in all forms and mutations is the essence of The Running Gags. Yeah, No shows this dynamic exquisitely. It is the full-length debut for this young band from Portland, ME. Look out for the follow up album, which is already in the works...


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