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Invisible Pistols

by Purgatory Hill

Dark and edgy alt-blues wrapped around cigar box guitar sliding from low moans to symphonies of barbed wire. "Two dogs f***ing by the backyard gate, one named church, one named state..."
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Suit of Glass
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2. Invisible Pistols
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3. Purgatory Pitch
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4:07 $0.99
4. I Pray It Never Comes
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5. Shady Grove (Murder Ballad)
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6. Cookie Jar
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7. Space Kitty Blues
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8. Blue Motorcycle
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9. Time Will Tell
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10. Crazy Head
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11. Late Night Mama
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Album Notes
While their sonic songcraft defies strict definition, Margaret Moser (Austin Chronicle) describes it as, "Hellfire philosophy and merciless rhythms, leading us willingly to the place where no one gets out unscathed." The Holy Ranger (Milwaukee Shepherd Express) calls it, "A shocking reinvention of rock and blues music," and the liner notes proclaim, "This is the new album from Purgatory Hill whose namesake is the Lowebow 'Purgatory Hill Harp,' a cigarbox guitar/bass hybrid built by John Lowe (AKA "Johnny Lowebow" of Memphis, TN). Here, pat mAcdonald and melaniejane further explore sonic possibilities while playfully touching upon such topics as Church, State, the unholy union of Christianity & weaponry, etc."


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