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Crooked

by Wolverton Brothers

The guitar-rocking sonic serenade continues with "Crooked" a trip through the world of the extra-legal, the abuse of progeny, happiness and a disturbing visit from your neighbor in this 7th full-length release by a band that continues to defy convention.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Spooky Magic Costume Shoppe
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2. Our Sons
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4:54 album only
3. Cops Nab Drunken, Legless Burglar
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4. Unemployment Song
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5. Memory Thieves
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6. Dr. Wu
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7. Dick Pole's Brunswick Stew
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Crooked marks a return of the Wolvertons to Ultrasuede studios and a recollaboration with record producer Sir John Curley. This release is an intriguing leap forward for the undefinable band from Ohio. With special guest such as Raymond Thunder-Sky who provided lyrics for the CD's opening track "Spooky Magic Costume Shoppe", Dana and Melissa of the Fairmont Girls who provide beauty to this vista of rock music, and to C. Spencer Yeh who adds his world renown and his violin to the creepy story of "Dr. Wu", while "Our Sons" reflects the plight of youth who are caught up in the politics and war. The digital release of the record is though IONIK Records who works together here with the CD distributor 75 or Less Records.


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