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Ghost of the Tribe

by Ghost of the Tribe

For those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Genre: Metal/Punk: New York Punk
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1. Throw Your Sets Up
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2. Poison in the Television
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3. Battle Scars
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4. Blood in the Sand
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5. On the Warpath
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6. Dog Tags
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7. Southside Bully
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8. Coat of Arms
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9. 44
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10. Threats and Promises
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11. Blizzard of 78
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12. Divine Right of Kings
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Album Notes
J. Thomas Martin: Rhythm Guitar and Vocals

Dean "Shred City" Thompson: Lead Guitar

Lenny "No Limits" Stallworth: Bass

Richie "Rapid Fire" Fiore: Drums

Jeremy Page: Engineer "Blizzard of 78" Bass, "Blood in the Sand" Piano/Organ

Bob Martin: Harmonica/Backup Vocals "Dog Tags"

Jenna Glatt: Vocals "Threats and Promises"

Music and lyrics by J. Thomas Martin

This Album is dedicated to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.


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Tom "Wildman" Wirtanen

Relentless and Rousing
After forty years of listening to us, from the farm in West Virginia forward in time, Jesse Thomas Martin debuts with an absolute masterpiece. Forget the buzz words and the hypo-critics and just listen to this and enjoy something that is relentlessly diverse and beautiful in every sense of the word. This obliterates the term "genre" in every sense of the word, and hand delivered to my door this morning, covers the range from rousing rock to the utterly haunting and beautiful. Words cannot describe how much I love and respect Ghost of the Tribe and pray that those of us who came before are always a gentle breeze at thier backs.