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The Liabilities

by The Liabilities

Rock & roll with a tinge of Punk.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Great Big Highway
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2. All I Got
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3. Hey Mary
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4. I Used to Know Her
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5. Barbwire and Bone
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6. My Mechanic
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7. One Battle
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8. Clone a Ramone
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9. Reason For This Town
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10. Where Beautiful Died
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Album Notes
The Liabilities dug underground and surfaced with a gamut that transitions from barbed-wire country to pistol-whipped punk. Fired between it all are the butane-fueled riffs of rockabilly to psychedelia/surfer reverb and nostalgia of 60's garage bands-gone-by. Gelling it all together is the band's hard-thought, hard-fought lyrics for the everyman in us all.


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Michael Burns

The Liabilities ROCK!
The Liabilities debut album is SOLID from start to finish!
Very nice!

Chris Horne 11th hour

I listen to the CD, the more I’ll thirst for another live show.
On stage, The Liabilities put on fire-breathing, high-speed live performances where they bust Hell wide open and force the fear of an unlived life right up your ass. That might be an ugly image but it’s a holy feeling, and truthfully, the first time through the CD, I missed that sensation. Then another go round, I got it. Those smoky nights at the bar have been distilled and transformed through stories and sentiments far more powerful than rattling the room with a resounding boom. The lyrics come forward in a way that was heretofore impossible because their on-stage charisma is so damn formidable. Oh shit. This is dangerous. This music, though just a beginning, has two stand alone sides that can’t stand to be alone, depending instead on each other to create tight spaces where the heart beats wildly. And this is what it’ll be like from here on out: The more this CD spins, the more their live shows will kick ass because I’ll be singing along and not just shaking violently, and then every time I listen to the CD, the more I’ll thirst for another live show. If only more of my problems were like this.