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A Northern City Shift

by the Danger

Steeped in the soul of british invasion pop, and fueled by the burning ambition of early punk rock, the Danger harness what was; to create what is to come.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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Album Notes
After a long year of struggle and growth
The Danger are proud to announce the
release of their third effort, a full length entitled
"A Northern City Shift".

" A Northern City Shift" is a twelve song CD which was recorded by the band in there own studio (Roomzero Recordings). This effort shows the group back in top
form ready to get back to the business of testing genre boundaries and pushing the envelope on the song writing end. Listeners will find the Danger continuing to reinvent
itself while always keeping in mind that a reinvention never means throwing out what works. Close listen will reveal nods to everything from Neil Young and Crazy Horse to the Buzzcocks, with of course some Beatles thrown in for good measure.


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