The Shambles Band | Dark Side of the Lawn

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Dark Side of the Lawn

by The Shambles Band

Classic Rock for the new millenium.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Cryin' Shame
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2. The Blues Thing
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3. Travelers in Time
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4. Ignorant Song
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5. Fade to Black
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6. Stratosaurus Next
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7. Ocean Bass
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8. Goin' to the Dogs
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9. It's Ok, It's Alright
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10. When Dreams Die
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11. Ain't Goin' Home Tonight
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12. Jodi
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13. And Then It's Over
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Dark Side Of The Lawn" is the second CD by The Shambles Band recorded between 2003 and 2006 and released in early 2007. Joining original members Dave Rehm and Tony Biamonte for this album are Jesse Ruth and Pat Rehm. Here, The Shambles Band deliver us a 13 track set a bit darker and much more diverse than their first CD. From the hard-core boogie of "Cryin' Shame" to the Country-rock flare of "Ain't Goin' Home", from the ZZ Top-like groove of "Fade To Black" to the Pink Floyd psychedelia of "Travelers In Time", from the semi ballad of "Jodi" to the nearly-metal of "Ignorant Song", The Shambles Band touch nearly all the bases and there is truely something for Rock'n Rollers of all stripes here.

Look for the Shambles Band's third, and even more ambitious, CD in the Spring of 2013!


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