Thunderado | Hilltop Sister

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Hilltop Sister

by Thunderado

Thunderado's Hilltop Sister mixes the style of early 70's ZZ Top with the Bayou sounds of Tony Joe White and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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2. 99 Years
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3. Glass-Eyed Mona
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7. Baby Wears a Wig Hat
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8. Can't Sell That Stuff No More
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9. Hilltop Sister
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10. Headed to Houston
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11. Liar's Dice
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Album Notes
"there’s a certain swampy Gulf Coast element to what they do, but there’s also bits of surf and rockabilly. " --New York Times

"dramatic garage rock with elements of rockabilly, surf and swing" --Houston Chronicle

For Thunderado's third album, the Houston trio decided to take matters into their own hands. Having recorded in some of Los Angeles' best studios on their first two outings, they felt it was time to make a self-recorded, homegrown album reminiscent of Creedence Clearwater Revival, Tony Joe White, and 70's-era ZZ Top. Working out of a converted garage studio in the Heights neighborhood of Houston, Thunderado has created a tight collection of Gulf Coast delights drawing from blues, swamp, and 60's R&B.


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