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Ragged Soul

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I Can't Be Satisfied
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Much Too Slow
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Frustration, Tragedy & Lies
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Who You Callin' a Slut?
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Everything You Heard About Me Is True
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Never Got the Chance
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Too Much - One More Time
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Time & Money
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Another Long Goodbye
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Now That You're Down on Me
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I Can Almost Remember
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Still on the Losin' Side
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Take It As It Come
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Bought Your Lies
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 48:14

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Ragged Soul was the first album in five years from the Lazy Cowgirls, and from the first blast of D.D. Weekday’s guitar on “I Can’t Be Satisfied” it’s obvious that this band was ready to make up for lost time. Against all odds, Ragged Soul sounds like the band’s best album ever; the twin-guitar punch of Weekday and Michael Leigh offers plenty of kick with no clutter, the rhythm section (Leonard Keringer on bass and Ed Huerta on drums) drives the songs forward without crowding anyone in the process, and Pat Todd proves he’s one of the greatest unsung frontmen in rock, pouring out fire and passion on every cut. The material is top shelf, too, especially the bitterly anthemic “Frustration, Tragedy and Lies” and “Bought Your Lies.” Tough, furious, loud and proud — Ragged Soul is roots-smart old-school punk at its finest. – Mark Deming

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