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Burning Down: Best of The Stonesouls

by The Stonesouls

If you love THE REPLACEMENTS and PAUL WESTERBERG, this catchy CD is for you. Check out the "Mr. Whirly / Can't Hardly Wait" cover!
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Beau Dinner Intro
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2. Girls Don't Lie
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3. I've Got To Find Out
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4. Something's Happening
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5. Which Way To Go
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6. Give It Back
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7. She Doesn't Want To
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8. Butt Of Every Joke
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9. Here She Comes
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10. Yes I Know
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11. That Changes Everything
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12. Burning Down
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13. Mr. Whirly / Can't Hardly Wait
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Please give us one hour of your time. For our first 43:10, listen to Burning Down: Best of The Stonesouls. Take the next 15:50 to accomplish some housework - surely your abode needs a good vacuuming. Then for our final minute, make a note of the songs from Burning Down still bouncing through your head. (On your own time, you may want to listen to these tunes again.)

The Stonesouls were an early-to-mid '90s pop-rock-punk 'garage band' loosely based in Marietta, Georgia. The group was best known for its Beatlesque musical style, aptly demonstrated with catchy choruses and playful guitar hooks. Furthermore, The Stonesouls' enthusiasm and humble disposition set it far apart from most bands of this pretentious, flannel-loving, 'please-take-me-seriously' musical era. We hope you'll enjoy Burning Down - it's a blast from the past!


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Cord Weiss, Southeast Performer

"The Stonesouls' music brims with vitality and juvenile enthusiasm"
The Stonesouls were an early-to-mid 90's punk-pop-rock “garage band” loosely based in Marietta, Georgia. The band was born in the summer of 1989 in the basement of Adam and Eric Leland's parents' house. With raw energy and a live feel, the songs on Burning Down sound like the bastard sober brother of The Replacements. In fact, they even cover the Mats' “Can't Hardly Wait.” Burning Down leaves you with a feeling that, with a little more time, experience and patience, The Stonesouls could have really gone somewhere. Although several songs scattered throughout the CD need better production and overall sound, The Stonesouls' music brims with vitality and juvenile enthusiasm. Furthermore, the band's enthusiasm and humble disposition set them apart from most bands of this pretentious, flannel-loving, “please-take-me-seriously” musical era. Songs like “Girls Don't Lie” and “Something's Happening” have up-tempo beats and are filled with sing-along choruses and playful guitar hooks. Eric Leland's bass playing is tight and brother Adam's voice has a distinct timbre. Together, they write good, straight-ahead pop songs. One listen and you can hear all kinds of influences ranging from the Kinks to the Nerves to Paul Westerberg. For a lot of people, Burning Down will bring back youthful memories and Best of The Stonesouls just might provide the soundtrack to their angst-ridden teen years. You can always catch Adam with a cold beer in hand at pubs all around Atlanta. Inside the CD sleeve it reads, “Dedicated to Joey Ramone and George Harrison,” which is just down right cool. I give this CD an A for effort.