Buffalo Death Beam | Salvation for Ordinary People

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Salvation for Ordinary People

by Buffalo Death Beam

Debut album from indie-acid-folk band out of Pullman, WA. Violin, Mandolin, Bass, Guitar, Drums, Organ, Bassoon, Four Vocals turned into a beautiful composition of folk instruments played in a little different style. Rock.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Staff of the Shepherd
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2. Motel Queen
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3. Lonely Mouth
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4. Emma Rose
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5. Sara's Key
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6. We Drink Beer
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7. Teddy's Boy
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8. Look Homeward Angel
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9. Troublesome Brothers
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10. Madmen Choir
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Salvation is not reserved for those who proclaim, the loudest, its necessity. It is not allotted only to those who turn sin and redemption into a pissing match, those who claim the biggest falls from grace and therefore the lion’s share of deliverance. No, salvation can be everyday. For we all lead lives of quiet desperation and quiet heroism. For we all experience love, joy, pain, regret. For we all cause love, joy, pain, and regret. So, is not salvation available to all? Is it not necessary for all?

This is the genesis of Salvation For Ordinary People. These are the thoughts that were born of gin and speculation. Of human interaction. With the man who loses a child too soon; the supplicant son; the lover, jilted; the ever-vigilant brother. These ruminations would become, eight months later, the basis for this album. Each of the people we meet has a story. Each of them is seeking their own salvation. And while, ostensibly, that story might not seem intriguing or dramatic, it is important to them. These are the stories that we try to tell. And in that telling lies our own salvation. As Nikos Kazantzakis wrote, “Shrewd devil, you know very well that God pardons singers no matter what they do, because he can simply die for a song...


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A Must Buy
This album is, simply put, beautiful.

Watch this band - they're destined for greatness.