The Frettones | Stop Frettin' (There's Something for Everyone)

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Stop Frettin' (There's Something for Everyone)

by The Frettones

Scotland's finest rockabilly outfit, pitch in with their latest album that contains more than a few surprises! Contains the dance floor filler "Burlesque".
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. You Done Me Wrong
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2. We're Going Rockin'
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3. If You Think I Don't Need You
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4. Cup Cake Girl
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5. Forget About You
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6. Hotrod Draggin'
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7. Freightline Boogie
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8. Bad Bad Baby
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9. Supersonic 12
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10. Papa Moonshine
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11. Hipshake Milkshake
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12. Burlesque
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3:08 $0.99
13. Crazy Fool
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14. Too Late
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15. Mean Cheatin' Woman
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16. Frettone Boogie
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Frettones are Keith Turner (vocals), Martin Barrett (guitar), David Cameron (drums) and Alan McCubbin (bass). Never afraid to experiment, the band have done exactly this with the new album. There's pure rockabilly, electric bass driven rock n roll, and even an instrumental that sounds extremely British! This is the follow up to the highly acclaimed 'Down On My Luck' album. and hats off to the band for coming up with something completely different! 16 tracks and 14 of them are self penned. Some amazing song writing and big productions, will surely put this album right up there!


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