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Thieving From The Best

by Punk Blues Review

Punk and blues-inspired old school for the new school.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. House Of The Rising Sun
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2. Born Under A Bad Sign
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3. Sugar Sweet
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4. Hey Joe
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5. I Got A Woman
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6. Stagger Lee
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7. I Still Miss Someone
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8. Thrill Is Gone
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9. Stay
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10. Pride And Joy
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11. Evil
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12. At Last
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13. Dyer Maker
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14. Think
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15. Travelin' Band
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16. This Little Light Of Mine
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17. Thank You And Goodnight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Combining classic roots of inspiration such as Johnny Cash, Howlin’ Wolf and Robert Johnson with the punk sneer of pioneers like Social Distortion and the Cramps, the Punk Blues Review are at once both timeless and fierce. Fronted by dynamic vocalist Michelle Duff (who has already garnered numerous comparisons to such talented frontwomen as Exene Cerveneka of X and Brody Dale of the Distillers) and rounded out by guitar whiz Blake Metzler and rhythm section Ellis Keaton (bass) and Derek Berkowitz (percussion), the band’s professionalism and true punk rock ideals led to the recent signing.

We are very excited to welcome PBR to the Altercation family,” said the label. “We have always had a sincere appreciation for roots music, and this is a band that approaches the material with both respect and inspired energy. Anyone familiar with Altercation knows that we are dead serious about the music we release, and PBR definitely has the talent to live up to the name.”

The band is slated to enter a Woodstock, New York studio in late October to record their debut album “Thieving From The Best”, which will be released in early spring of 2007. Producer extraordinaire Mike Tuttle will man the boards for the session. The Punk Blues Review will also embark on the March 2007 leg of the national Altercation Tour, which will include a high profile stop at the South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas on Friday March 16th.


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Arlene Patrova

Buy this CD. I did and I love it.
PBR, man these guy's really nailed it, they reach into my heart and grab ahold of whatever it is that is making me blue and pour it out all over this CD. all the songs are classic's but they put an edge to them that just has to be heard. great music and great vocals and definetly not over produced, it's raw and it's real, just the way the blues, and punk are supposed to be.

Jess

Rockin Blues
Read about this band in AMP magazine, ordered a CD, and I cant stop playing it. this is rockin blues at it's best. I love the whole thing front to back.

Jim Hanrahan

A great mix of old and new, absolutely worth checking out.
A friend told me about this band PBR, and how she had caught them at a club in New York, and thought they were wonderfull, so I checked them out online and then ordered the CD. I probably listened to it 20 times the first week I had it, not a bad song on the album, and a few (Hey Joe,House of the Rising Sun, and I Got A Woman.) I still cant get enough of. a really good addition to any record collection.

Jenny 2 Tone

surprisingly good down to earth rockin blues.
It took me a couple of listens but I totally fell for this album, it is a surprisingly good CD, I havent heard a CD I liked this much in a long time, it's a tastey treat and I really like the girl to girl songs, lord knows theres not enough of them out there. thank you PBR. now give us some more !