Mojo Filter | The Roadkill Songs

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The Roadkill Songs

by Mojo Filter

Vintage rock and roll A new 60's & 70's musical journey
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. The Girl I Love Has Got Brown Hair
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2. Red Banana
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3. Closer to the Line
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4. Cigarettes
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5. Better Love Your Man
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6. Beautiful June Day
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7. My Girl
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8. The Black Ship
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9. One Mile Away
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10. Nobody's Out Crying
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Mojo Filter are one of the realities of the Italian "vintage rock" of the moment.
The Roeadkill Songs is the third record released in only 3 years.

Someone wrote:
Inside we found a shake of the Beatles, Cream, The Who, Creedence, Stones, Zeppelin and company (Extra! Magazine)

Incisive and sweeping riffs that seem to come straight out of a 40 years ago album, the same applies to the structure of the pieces [...] these skilled Lombard guys are one of the most interesting discoveries in the actual Italian scenery. (LoudVision)

Captured in a live spirit that well suits the sound of the band [...] a few frills and much groove. (Rootshighway)


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