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Barrel of Batteries

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Set Yr Sights
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Arms Like Boulders
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Pushing Corn
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Toxic City #26
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Buenos Aires Beach
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Sweet Thing Reprise
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 6   Total Length: 14:05

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6 credits?

RDFY

Seems a bit pricey. Best get the excellent album, Wagonwheel Blues. It's got half of these songs anyway, the one's that aren't 19 secs ...

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They're quite good

RA3

End of story, but pleaaase, someone can share the lyrics to Pushing Corn?

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not worth your time...

Cobb78

I expected something that sounded like the Byrds, given the reviews. What I got was a tone-deaf group trying to sound like Dylan. They can't rhyme, they can't sing, and well...those usually don't add up to good music. Don't waste your time or your hard drive space by getting any of these.

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This is damn good

cineluxe

Track #2 is particularly excellent, and it's one of my favorite tracks so far this year. The Roger McGuinn/Byrds similarities and influence are clear, and that's all the more reason to listen to it in my opinion. This is a standout EP.

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I would pay for this

scotteagan

I'm glad this is free, but it is worth paying for.

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I'll give it a four on general principle

chickenfoof

It may not be life-changing, but it definitely ain't bad. Sounds like McGuinn/Byrds with a tinge of garage, and it's free. What the heck are you waiting for?

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Sounds good to me

rivercity

I'm glad I downloaded this in spite of the low ratings. The guy has a good voice, with an occasional cool break in it.

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