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The Greenhornes

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01
Can't Stand It
3:22  
02
Shadow Of Grief
2:51  
03
Stay Away Girl
3:37  
04
Inside Looking Out
3:34  
05
It's My Soul
3:00  
06
Let Me Be
2:50  
07
Lies
3:16  
08
Nobody Loves You
3:41  
09
Lonely Feeling
3:48  
10
High Time Baby
2:58  
11
Shame And Misery
3:32  
12
Can't You See
4:26  
13
Track 13
0:04  
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 40:59

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Cool retro.

nexus

I wish this band was still touring, it would be a show I'd definitely see.

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Cool Band

apple60

I first picked up Dual Mono then the EP - East Grand Blues - finally this cd - great band - the Greenhornes should be part of your music collection.

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great

Iggy2008

this album is just awesome, love 'em, they sound a little like the doors to me, and the animals too i guess

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Solid

Eclecticist

This is a pretty good album, and 'Stay Away Girl' is outstanding - I like their sound.

They Say All Music Guide

Unlike many garage revival records, what stands out about the Greenhornes’ self-titled release is that their original songs sound better than their covers. While remaining true to the ’50s blues and ’60s rock/mod pioneers which clearly influenced them (think Stax meets Kinks), the Greenhornes have established themselves as classic songwriters in their own right. Produced by John Curley (formerly of Afghan Whigs), the album is a compelling blend of vintage and modern. Slow-tempo, melancholy ballads like “Stay Away Girl” alternate with rumpshakers like “Lies” and “Nobody Loves You.” However, it’s Fox’s vocals (once described as “worn”) which are the magic element on the album. It’s hard to believe that it’s really just a 24-year-old white kid from Ohio singing these songs. – Alexandra Zorn

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