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Divine Providence

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The Bump
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Funny Word
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Let's All Go To The Bar
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Clownin Around
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Main Street
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Chevy Express
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Something To Brag About
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Walkin Out The Door
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Make Believe
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Now It's Your Turn
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Electric
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Miss K.
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 77:53

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Lindsay Zoladz is a contributing writer at Pitchfork and the Washington City Paper, and her writing has also appeared in Salon, Jezebel, AARP.org, Cokemachinegl...more »

10.24.11
Streamlining influences into a straight-up, kick-in-the-teeth rock sound
2011 | Label: Partisan Records

Deer Tick frontman John J. McCauley is an alt-rock enfant terrible with an old soul. A touring musician since his late teens, McCauley’s current band blends blues and folk with the throat-spitting vocals of someone who sounds like he’s done time in a Nirvana tribute band. (And Deer Tick have: They’re called Deervana.)

Their fourth release, Divine Providence, finds them streamlining these influences into a straight-up, kick-in-the-teeth rock sound. “Funny World” stomps like “Suffragette City” with… read more »

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