The Preacher Curls | Welcome to the Gun

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Welcome to the Gun

by The Preacher Curls

a warm, yet intense collection of songs, guaranteed to make you examine your own life while singing along
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Judas
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2. Nothing Else
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3. Wonderchild
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4. Newbury Street
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5. Welcome to the Gun
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The third and final installment from the still legendary, Preacher Curls is a diverse, efficient collection of songs that manages to span the rock catalogue in just under 20 minutes. This EP is a goodbye letter to muses (both good and bad) and the local scene as a whole - we will miss the Curls. check it out on iTunes: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?playListId=6316028
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From the rolling hayseed sound of the opening track, Judas, to the maelstrom of swirling guitars that closes the EP, Welcome to the Gun is chock full of prize winning choruses, instrumentation and lyrics.

This dynamic work uses everything from footstomping Beatlesque choruses, to lush lapsteel/telecaster interplays, to Stonsey-country grooves, to sparse and lonely piano arrangements, to early-punk-meets-rockabilly angles, to thick and melodic guitar attacks.

Part of a very limited pressing, this EP is sure to be a collector's item for the local Philly rock scene and beyond. Get it while you can!


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John

Ray Davies has met his match
Great songs! Touching lyrics. This really feels like a goodbye album. My favorite, Newbury Street!