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Sugar Knives

by Sugar Knives

Sounds like the demented love child of The Stooges, The White Stripes and Judas Priest
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Suzanne
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2. Who's to Blame
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3. More That We Could Do
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4. My War
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5. Brain of My Own
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6. Wrong Crowd
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7. Devil in the House
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8. Friday
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9. Sweet Virginia
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10. X-ray Eyes
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11. Li'l Red Riding Hood
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Sugar Knives are a high-energy, greasy rock fry-up of Paul Stinson from SF/LA-based The Radishes and Leo K of Canadian skate punk fame, drawing comparisons to the likes of hi-wattage acts like Thin Lizzy, The Stooges, X, and The Raconteurs, with some good ol' 80's punk thrown in for kicks. Brett Anderson of the Donnas even stopped by to lend her amazing pipes to the X-style duet "Who's To Blame" (for which she also starred in the video) and the scorching "My War" (no, not the Black Flag song, although the band would love the comparison!).


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