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In the Red Room

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drive in
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armageddon
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love my system
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whiskey bottle
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the wise guy and lucky
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blue motorcycle
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how insensitive
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nothing happened
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ring of fire
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gone
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2X4
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just a star
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red room romp
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 41:35

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From Pat

Jamandjazz

Drive In and Red Room Romp are each worth the price of the whole thing. Found this on another web site, by Pat himself : "The Red Room is a corner bar in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Harley Junior (a.k.a. "H" or "Nick") was kind enough to open it on a Sunday and give us the run of the place, so we moved aside the pool table, set up a P.A. and invited a few friends to drop by later that night. Everything on this disk was played and recorded that day, February 1st, 2004, between 6pm and 2am closing time - just me, my guitar, my foot and harmonica, live with no overdubs. Surviving my cruel process of elimination, a lucky thirteen (eight new originals, three new versions, and a couple covers) made it to this disc. The production cost was about $200, including 3 rooms at the Holiday Motel (holidaymusicmotel.com) and a $50 bar tab."

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It Kills!

soulfulnotes

I love the lowdown nasty guitar tone. I love the stomp box. I love the fact that he does it all himself. This very low-budget, stripped down record has been on my playlist non-stop for the last three days. mAcdonald does not need a band, and he surely doesn't need that cheesy boombox he used when he was in Timbuk3. Some of these songs are stronger than others, but the performance on the weaker ones makes them worth listening too. If you like raw, ballsy, minimal yet thoughtful rook, this is for you.