The Genders | Guts and Heartstrings

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Guts and Heartstrings

by The Genders

"A masterpiece of classic rock riffs, tasteful solos, beautifully constructed melodies and surprisingly mature lyrics.."
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Black Summer
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2. Knee High Boots
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3. Break My Heart
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4. Rock Bottom
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5. Stay
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6. No Guts No Glory
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7. Win You Over
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8. Drink Up
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9. Love Is Dead
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10. Sweet Denial
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11. Tip of the Iceberg
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Guts and Hearstrings, The Genders' 3rd and most accomplished album to date. A magnificent balance between classic riff rock in the vein of AC/DC and Led Zeppelin, and skillful melodic songwriting reminiscent of Bowie or Lennon. The album flows effortlessly from bombastic arena rock to intimate, heartfelt ballads, while maintaining an even, balanced sound. This is timeless music for a new generation of rockers in need of new heroes. Guitars that scream "Les Paul through a Marshal" and "Telecaster through a Fender Deluxe", with Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes piano, female backup singers and percussion, this album will transform you all the way to the 1970's and back while sounding fresh and crisp in today's rock idiom.


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