The Steak House Mints | Love Songs for Prostitutes

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Love Songs for Prostitutes

by The Steak House Mints

Many of these songs will make you jump around, but some swaying may also occur. If you are not devoid of basic decency, then you will most likely turn up the volume upon playing this so called record. There are no guarantees
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. Hi-Ya!
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3:26 $1.30
2. Yeah, Right
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2:38 $1.30
3. The Diplomat Hotel
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2:43 $1.30
4. Just Drive
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3:55 $1.30
5. I Must Paint You
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3:47 $1.30
6. Don't Mess With Me
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2:33 $1.30
7. The Great Mustachio
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2:17 $1.30
8. What Are the Chances?
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4:42 $1.30
9. Tattoo
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3:05 $1.30
10. Please Come Again
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7:29 $1.30
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Steak House Mints play the rock and roll music. Love Songs for Prostitutes was inspired by a conversation with film maker Mark Becker about his documentary, "Romantico". There may not be any actual love songs on the record.

Wherever possible actual musicians were used to create this music. Some of them were harmed in the process. It could not be avoided. In some cases, we had to use large words. That is to say, they were sung using all capitol letters. I will not apologize for wasted ink. I used Helvetica.

There is no substitute for fresh ingredients, but they cost more. Some of you may choose to "rip" or "burn" these files and "share" them with your "friends". So be it. However, in the event of a water landing, your personal flotation device may smell a little musty. And as you bob up and down on the broiling surface, scanning your limited horizon for a rescue vessel, you may wish our forgiveness. Consider it granted.


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JZ

Love Songs for EVERYONE!
I fell in love with SHM's debut "Out of the Sky" a few summers ago and have eagerly awaited their sophomore effort. "Love Songs" does not disappoint - it is a BLAST from start to finish! I challenge you to find a more rockin' tune than the opener, "Hi-Ya!". Writer and lead vocalist Dave Sherman uses his cool, versatile voice exactly right on the each of the album's clever and at-times gloriously explosive tunes. Packed with sonic goodies by producer Steve Gillis, "Love Songs" is what a true pop or rock album should be - meant to be enjoyed from start-to-finish, but with songs that clearly stand on their own. Personal faves are the energetic opener, "Tattoo" and the luscious, "I Must Paint You".