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by Suffering Fools

Melodic variety of indie rock with a classic feel. Tunes you can hum, produced with great care.
Genre: Rock: Retro-Rock
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1. To Know a Veil
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3:45 album only
2. If I Had Antlers
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3:20 album only
3. Overboard
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3:42 album only
4. Hole in the Wall
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2:58 album only
5. Dakota '63
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2:09 album only
6. Traded Down
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2:02 album only
7. Sixty Cycle Hum
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3:52 album only
8. Days of Beer and Tulips
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3:32 album only
9. Nonessentials
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2:24 album only
10. Summer Cold
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1:51 album only
11. Slime
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4:35 album only
12. Back Together
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13. Don't You Forget My Comb
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14. Back in the Game Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Suffering Fools were formed by a chemical reaction between a tungsten filament and a smoked kipper. They operate on a variable frequency between 10-40,000 Hz, depending on the humidity. Fool 1 is the producer/engineer and supplies drums and miscellaneous sound defects. Fool 2 plays keyboards and other stuff and is the only one who knows anything. Fool 3 plays guitars and other stuff with great feeling and without an excess of skill. All of them sing, Fool 3 more than necessary. Catchy yet obscure, their music has been described as "like the Sixties but with different drugs." It is good music for procrastinating, sorting laundry, or analyzing in a term paper. This is the second album by Suffering Fools, which includes the track Sixty Cycle Hum.


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