The Condors | Tales of Drunkenness and Cruelty

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Tales of Drunkenness and Cruelty

by The Condors

Edgy pop color over Americana roots rock. First CD from these LA stalwarts. Unapologetic and insightful content with nods to Kinks and Steve Earle.
Genre: Pop: Garage Pop
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1. Got No Reason
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2. I'm Not Sorry
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3. Listen To Me, Now
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4. It's Later Than You Think
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5. Drinkin' Myself To Sleep
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6. Little Reaction
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Album Notes
The Condors recorded this six-song collection to capture some of the engaging tunes that fueled their live shows.

Songs penned and sung by Pat “Pooch” DiPuccio (Blow-Up) were solidly supported by Pat on guitar, Jay Nowac (Longnecks) on drums, and Mark McCormick (Crawlspace) on bass.

The tracks were co-produced by The Condors, Tony Fate (Bellrays), and Steve Refling; recorded and mixed by Steve Refling. Initially released on Vital Gesture Records, these recordings still find their way onto many rockin‘ radio play lists.

Here are a couple of reviews of Tales of Drunkenness and Cruelty:

“With jumping rhythms and catchy guitar figures running throughout the album, the Condors find a comfortable sense of energy; it's the link between rockabilly, classic R&B, mod and first-wave punk. With a slightly dirty sound, the band cranks out down-home rockers smacking of fun times. Songs like 'Got No Reason,' sparkling with the spice of mod-pop guitar work, or the chicken-pickin' country-rock guitar of 'Drinkin' Myself to Sleep,' offer nothing but good, clean rock'n'roll fun.”
- Matt Schild,

“This is the swirling sound of The Byrds if they had been energetically infused with a high-octane dose of snarlin' rock'n'roll belligerence and rabid badboy bite... this is the booty-twistin' sound of hot fun in the summertime sun, of sloppy juvenilistic sex in the backseat of a souped-up turbo-charged '81 Camaro, of wide-eyed youthful innocence soon to be corrupted by mind-altering stomach-churning amounts of the devil's drink and other illicit intoxicants... yes, this is the rambunctiously sparkling sound of vibrantly frenzied life itself! Man, The Condors are sonically cooler than cool.”
- Roger Moser, Jr., RAZORCAKE Fanzine


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