Earl Clifton and the Pin-ups | What Happen to the Rock - Single

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What Happen to the Rock - Single

by Earl Clifton and the Pin-ups

Modern Rock with a vintage groove, packed with power riffs, a massive beat, thunderous bass and a rock and roll vocal.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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This single is now on itunes!

visit www.myspace.com/earlcliftonandthepinups for more songs and to find out more about the band

The album art for the new single is perhaps the perfect picture of the current state of the music industry! Quite simple, it is a picture of a turn table with a record spinning and the needle cartridge is a hearse.

When asked about the art work Cliff Meekins, a.k.a. Earl Clifton said it was a simple suggestion of many things.

“It’s a statement if you want it to be, but it’s a fact that rock music is taking a ride on that hearse and I just want to know what happen to it.” - Earl

Earl has become somewhat of a staple in the Podcast world (Earl Clifton Radio) since 2005. His radio charm has been showcased here in this new track. He does a classic Wolf Man Jack like radio voice during the middle section:

“alright, we got the needle in the groove now, won’t ya’ll put your hands together and shake a tail feather you know what I’m saying…”

then the big guitar riffs kick in followed by a thunderous bass, and rock filled drums! This is one of the best rock songs I’ve heard in a very long time and it's one of the best ever performed by Earl Clifton and the Pin-Ups!
-Little Boot


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