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Right on Time

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01
A Better Life
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02
Hail Mary
4:49
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03
This Ain't No Game
3:45
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04
Tell Me
3:39
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05
Dear Ohio
5:13
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Throne
3:18
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Vernon Jackson
5:01
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Shakedown
6:13
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09
Blues For Cubby
5:59
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There's a Light
6:18
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 49:40

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Right On!

jitbug333

They remind me A LOT of The Black Crowes, but that's a good thing. This is an excellent album, and a big improvement over the first album IMO. Talkingship tested, Talkingship approved!

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lynyrd skynrd meets rollin stones

fulofunk

with an american accent? i liked the free track

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Solid RockNRoll

tottinge

I get a real early stones vibe from these guys, but they're not a knock-off. They're definitely their own band. Well produced, too. Great guitar tone, piano, driving drums. All around good ole rock-n-roll jams. Easy to like, hard to forget.

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fun fun fun!

dougm

man this is fun stuff. man i wanna get on a harley and rock to these tunes and i can't even ride a bike its so good. this is hard rock that makes you scream "oh yeaah" after a day of getting screwed over by "the man" a guy's rock album fo' sure!

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Damned With Faint Praise.

DrunkenJackhole

I actually don't give a hoot about what most people consider originality. Mostly it means noisy junk. The Brought Low play classic rock n' roll and aren't interested in being trendy, hip or fancy. They'd rather be honest and real. For people who miss rock n' roll without pretense.

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Never look a gift download...

Agriconomist

Not really original or creative by any means, but play pretty tight. They make me think of a band you don't pay a cover to see, playing in some dive bar on the outskirts of town. They're nothing to write home about, but you'll stay around and finish your beer.

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Great Rock n' Roll

rainman

The James Gang for the new millenium. Great straight ahead rock with a heavy 70's vibe. We'll meet behind the gym during free period and smoke a bowl. Hell yeah!

They Say All Music Guide

The Brought Low are a rough midpoint between the Black Crowes’ unabashed Faces worship and the ironic retro-glam posturing of the Darkness: Right on Time is the sound of a band that’s deliberately re-creating a long-past time and place, but this dose of ’70s heavy rock sounds entirely sincere. The Brought Low’s obvious influences include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, the James Gang, and Bad Company: the album even ends with a churchy R&B-influenced rave-up called “There’s a Light” powered by a Gregg Allman-style organ part. It’s hard not to think of the Rutles, Neil Innes’ note-perfect re-creation of the Beatles’ sound and spirit, or of the plethora of new bands since the turn of the millennium whose sole raison d’être is to pay tribute to the post-punk era, but this quartet led by singer/guitarist Benjamin Howard Smith — a fine blue-collar Rock Dude name — are so palpably sincere on tracks like “A Better Life” and “Vernon Jackson” (a tribute to the rough and tumble section of Queens that the band calls home) that it’s impossible to dismiss Right on Time as a calculated pose. – Stewart Mason

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