King Friday | Married Alive

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Married Alive

by King Friday

Powerful Pop-Punk from early Florida roots featuring members of Clairmel and lead singer Jeff London of Gainesville champs Fay Wray.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Married Alive
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2. North Carolina
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3. Hrs
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4. Favorite Color
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5. Cnadian Money
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6. Haldol
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7. Mexico
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8. Carrot On A Stick
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9. I Wish I Was In Radon
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2:07 $0.99
10. Old Milwaukee
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11. Dime a Dozen
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12. Don And Valerie
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13. Edie
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14. Perfect World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
King Friday picks up right where Fay Wray left off. Or do they? I think King Friday was a band first. Who Cares? This album is the bee's balls. 14 great songs from some of the originators of Florida's underground punk scene. These are some of the dudes that started it all. Songs about... well... drinking, girls, and other stupid stuff old people shouldn't be singing about. It's absolutely wonderful. If you play guitar, I bet track 8 makes you sad with the realization that you will never write such tasteful guitar licks.


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