Fred and the Hounds | Hounded

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by Fred and the Hounds

It's a blend of alternative rock and metal that summarizes how the band feels towards society.
Genre: Rock: Grunge
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1. Advice
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2. A Day in the Life
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3. How I Feel
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4. The Hangover Song
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5. Fred's Life
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6. Hours
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7. People Sayin'
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8. Saturday School
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9. How I Feel Dub
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10. The Pussy Ass Shit Song
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Album Notes
The three members grew up in Virginia and formed the band in mid highschool. Of course the two brothers of the band, Frankie Ames (Drums) and Ethan Ames (Guitar and Vocals), grew up in a house full of instruments and quickly adapted to their environment. They both learned how to play guitar at the age of five and later learned how to play drums at the age of twelve. Ethan later met up with bassist, Forrest Lee, and proceeded to make "Fred and the Hounds" a reality. The name comes from their goofy little basset hound that Ethan rescued. The band was ready to go places before they even had their first practice. "The songs just spilled out all over Ethan's basement that day like a leaking refrigerator," said Forrrest Lee. "The songs are good. The musicians are good. The sooner the world hears this music, the sooner world peace will be established," Ethan added. The band can't wait for the world to hear their music. They can't wait to get out there and play for people. "The people don't have to enjoy it. They just have to act like they do," Frankie said


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