Punk Blues Review | Death Or Glory

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Death Or Glory

by Punk Blues Review

Old-school-meets-new-school female-fronted punk and blues fury.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Garage Punk
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1. First Time I Met The Blues
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2:11 album only
2. Mystery Train
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1:39 album only
3. Lil' Red Riding Hood
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1:37 album only
4. I Put A Spell On You
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2:08 album only
5. Midnight Hour
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1:54 album only
6. Baby Please Don't Go
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1:40 album only
7. Killing Floor
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2:00 album only
8. Be My Baby
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2:42 album only
9. Long John Blues
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3:09 album only
10. Night Time
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2:23 album only
11. Fortunate Son
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2:02 album only
12. I Never Loved A Man
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2:34 album only
13. Memphis Tennessee
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14. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
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15. Sunday Morning Coming Down
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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 Jamie Bahr (who has already garnered numerous comparisons to such talented frontwomen as Exene Cerveneka of X and the Gossip) and rounded out by guitar whiz Blake Metzler and rhythm section Ellis Keaton (bass) and Johnny Watson (percussion), the band’s professionalism and true punk rock ideals make them the perfect combination of old school and new school..


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Thom


I really like this album, I loved the first and this is an excellent follow up. the final track \"sunday morning coming down\" really brings it home.