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Drunk Horse

Adult Situations

Tee Pee 48

Released on March 4, 2003

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Boogie Mountain, East Bay, California's wildest return with their third album, and another full-on example of rock music's higher power. A nine-track chicken-fried explosion of straight-ahead prog-laced rock'em'roll gonzo-stomp recorded for maximum slay by TIM GREEN at Louder Studios.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 National Lust  0%
2 Lube Job  0%
3 Legions  0%
4 Fried Chicken Cadillac  0%
5 Bitch Is Back  0%
6 Company Man  0%
7 Wildlife  0%
8 Ascension Strut  0%
9 One Dollar Records  0%
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Dale from Fpo, AP 
May 21 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I kind of went out on a limb getting this CD, expecting it to sound like old DayGlo Abortions or the Meatmen, but nope. Actually it sounds like 70's classic rock. If you're into classic rock, it's pretty good.

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