SitDownTracy | Roaring noon.

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Roaring noon.

by SitDownTracy

The wanting and haunting country spirit of an isolated Prairie town, amplified with raw indie rock agression.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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2. Make it a Knife
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3. Process of Elimination
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4. Say Goodbye to Your Fish
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5. Season for Slaughter
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6. Sunday Night Sex Show
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7. Greasy Etheral
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8. Troubadour
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9. Angles
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10. Under the Gun
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11. Voodoo Damage
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12. Fresh Out
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13. On the Tiles
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14. Haunt Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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SitDownTracy is a five piece indie rock band hailing from balmy Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada, whose songs and musicianship are a wild collaboration if varying styles. Since 2007, the band has cooperatively penned over two dozen songs that carry a weighted and wanting spirit that is just moments away from exploding into a raw and haunting chorus. Thus far, their music has been an ecstatic and complex mix of the classic four-piece mantra – guitar, drums, bass, and vocals. But with the recent addition of a fifth member, SitDownTracy has been challenging themselves to incorporate a wider variety of sounds and instruments, including the organ, banjo, accordion, violin, and saxophone. SitDownTracy’s upcoming debut album, Roaring noon. is an example of their prowess as a tight and talented live band. Recorded to tape in 2009, Roaring noon. is a raw and honest depiction of SitDownTracy and their live performance. The Band is ready to hit the road, and bring the live show to you.


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