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Artifacts

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Whether sarcastic or serious, Chas B and Tom's songs always ask the listener to look beneath the surface. It's rock, but after all, these guys are archaeologists.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Things To Do
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2. Bones Are Gonna Roll
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3. Reality Check
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4. One of These Days, Alice
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5. Miss Liberty
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6. My House
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7. Name On My Door
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8. I Know, I Know
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9. Unsong
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10. It Won't Take Long
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11. The Art of Survival
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The deeper you look, the more you'll find. This album sifts through artifacts of humanity -- the beautiful, the strange and the ugly.

Singer-songwriters Chas B Stout and Tom Wolforth perform on instruments that they've brought to archaeology field camps or made there. This lends a slightly different meaning to the term "rock band."


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