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Back To The Garage

by Rhoda Dakar & Nick Welsh

A collection of spirited, punchy and provocative garage rock - a nod to the music that made 2Tone possible.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Let Me Go
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2. Where Are All My Friends Today?
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3. New York Doll (Vicious Red)
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4. The Freak Show In Your Head
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5. Live For Today
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6. Big White Lies
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7. This War Will Never Cease
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8. (Girl) I'm Losing My Grip
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9. Go Go Girl
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10. Do I Love You Or?...
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11. Torn
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Former Bodysnatcher Rhoda - whose Special AKA date rape classic The Boiler remains one of the most brilliant but terrifying moments in Britpop history - celebrates 30 years of 2-Tone in her own inimitable fashion. Avoiding ska-style jolly-ups, she's delivered a collection of spirited, self-marketed, self-written, punchy and provocative garage rock. Let's hear it for the girl!
Gavin Martin, The Daily Mirror, UK
The album is a rollercoaster ride of throbbing, thrashing guitar-driven rhythms that you can't shake out of your head. This truly is Dakar and Welsh as you have never heard them before - a real hotpot of razor sharp, punky glam to mash up your hearing and rattle your brain!
Paul Williams, author 'You're Wondering Now - The Specials From Conception To Reunion'


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