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American Band

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Ramon Casiano
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Darkened Flags On The Cusp of Dawn
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Surrender Under Protest
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Guns of Umpqua
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Filthy And Fried
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Sun Don't Shine
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Kinky Hypocrite
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Ever South
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What It Means
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Once They Banned Imagine
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Baggage
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 46:47

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American Band

SimpleMan

DBT turns it up to 11. I've enjoyed the arc of DBT and I think the current political mess inspired them to a new level. Reminds me of CSNY in their heyday. DBT will be ever south but that doesn't mean they can't take on national issues. Enjoy!

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American Band

Mekon

Been a fan of DBT for these past 10 years. Deserves so much attention...not just for the great songs but for the political stance especially with the perceived right-wing bent of the southern/country genre. Thinking mans southern rock...and such good melodies.

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