Whole Hog | Debt To Rock N Roll

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Debt To Rock N Roll

by Whole Hog

3 Chords and a cloud of dust.Whole Hog is pure Rock-n-Roll, that blends southern rock of the late 70's and the Detroit rock sound of the early 70's.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Come Ride
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4:18 $0.29
2. Debt To Rock-n-Roll
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2:53 $0.29
3. Just Sin
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4. Red State
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5. Cockblock City
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6. Hell Camino
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7. Chica Diabla
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8. Bad Habits
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9. Mexico
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10. High
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Album Notes
Remember those stories that your uncle would tell you…tales of misadventure, love, lust and rebellion? You know, the ones that would make your mother grimace and your father smile fondly? Now, imagine as if Motorhead was from Arkansas and turned those stories into songs for their debut album in 1981...Well, you would have something very similar to what Debt to Rock-n-Roll is all about.

Continuing the lost tradition of using song to tell stories, Debt to Rock-n-Roll was also recorded to, and mixed from analogue tape. Not once did any of the tracks go into “Pro Tools” to be edited, touched up, fixed, etc…Only until the songs were placed onto a CD did any element of digital touch what you hear. And what you hear is real, raw, pure, high energy Rock-n-Roll.


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