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Hurricane Doyle

by Hurricane Doyle

Southern fried rock and roll, Americana sensitivities, and hard livin' themes run through the veins of the debut release for these Nashville floor stompers.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Begging Sweetly
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2. Death of Me
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3. Got a Gun
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4. Hey Mike
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5. Jesus Help Me
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6. Sugar Mama
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7. Die Like a Rockstar
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8. Got No Brakes
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9. Who's Next
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Album Notes
Songs of whiskey, women, faith, and firearms, all tempered and set in the hot, sweaty, sticky, sexy South.


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Cody Fraley

Hurricane Doyle are all diamonds
Back in the day artists and bands used to make albums. They would put a lot of time and thought into writing songs that worked well as a unit but stood up as individual pieces of music. In other words the album was the art. In an industry that is obsessed with singles at the expense of albums Hurricane Doyle has written a supremely interesting album that is full of catchy, infectious singles. This is the best Southern Rock record to come out of Nashville this year.