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Various - OC Weekly Vol. 4: Roots Canal download album

  • Performer: Various
  • Title: OC Weekly Vol. 4: Roots Canal
  • Genre: Rock / Reggae / Blues
  • Released: 2000
  • Style: Rockabilly, Chicago Blues, Reggae, Country Rock, Surf, Punk
  • MP3 album: 1141 mb
  • FLAC album: 1500 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 125
Various - OC Weekly Vol. 4: Roots Canal download album

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OC Weekly - Staff Posted on December 15, 2015. It's about that time again-when we finally yank off our headphones at the Weekly and take a step back to examine and analyze what we've been stuffing into our eardrums over the past 12 months. Considering the high volume of music (both the amount and the decibel level) dropped into our inboxes everyday, it's enough to make our heads explode. Sorry, this player does not support your browser. 20. Red Curtain Red Curtain There’s a pretty remarkable high when you hear a song for the first time that demands to be blared throughout your speakers. We had that somewhat unexplainable fuck yeah feeling listening to the first track Broken Glass off Red Curtain’s, self titled, debut album.


1 Dave Alvin Don't Let Your Deal Do Down
2 Big Sandy And His Fly-Rite Boys Night Tide
3 The Bleeders Two Lane Blacktop
4 Bourbon Jones Faith
5 Freddie Brooks Fun To Visit
6 The Dibs The Gaps
7 Chris Gaffney King Of Blues
8 James Harman Band* Annalee
9 King Arthur* Ten Thousand Warriors
10 Mama's Boys* Whiskey In My Eye
11 Kid Ramos Cold Chicken And Beer
12 Rascalin & The Roots Rockers Lyin' Eyes
13 Lee Rocker Love Me Good
14 Rod & The Pistons Dashed Upon The Rocks
15 The Torquays Trilobite
16 Billy Zoom Crazy, Crazy Lovin'

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  • Manufactured By – Erika Records, Inc. – none



Note: title of track 1 is misspelled on tray and insert art; title should read "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down"

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