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That Handsome Devil - Drugs & Guns For Everyone (2014)

29-11-2014, 12:20
Music | Funk | Rock

That Handsome Devil - Drugs & Guns For Everyone (2014)

Artist: That Handsome Devil
Title Of Album: Drugs & Guns For Everyone
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Modern Savage
Genre: Alternative Rock, Experimental, Funk, Fusion
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 41:47 min
Total Size: 100 MB
WebSite: iTunes


01. No Roots
02. The Cops!
03. Throwing Up
04. $ = Love
05. Party Mom and Invisible Dad
06. Junkies in Love
07. The Face For It
08. 70s Tuxedos
09. Goldfish Brain
10. Time Machine
11. The Last Ones
12. A Drink to Death

Take a ride with That Handsome Devil to the other side of town: a neighborhood where Charles Bukowski hung his hat at a juke joint; where the bartender knew Hunter Thompson’s single malt of choice and kept plenty in stock. This is the place where That Handsome Devil’s front man/songwriter Godforbid calls home, where Jeremy Page (producer/songwriter) bangs on a bullet-riddled piano, its beaten keys howling from a smoky corner. Their cracked-out, whiskey-cabaret punk jazz, echoing Outkast, Gogol Bordello and early Tom Waits, is the soundtrack to this bizarre scene.

Formed in late 2004, their inspiration was rebellion against the corporate format, and the general lack of passion and meaningful music: and in the past few years That Handsome Devil has fought that tedium tooth and nail, while receiving scores of positive reviews. Praised as "profoundly entertaining", "bizarre in a beautiful way" "a madcap musical frenzy; as dizzying as it is dazzling". That Handsome Devil increased their national visibility with placement in the Showtime hit, Weeds, and network shows Reaper, and Necessary Roughness as well as playable tracks in Guitar Hero II and Rock Band 2, establishing themselves as cult heroes among a new generation of disenfranchised youth.

Now with the release of the glorious new epic: Drugs & Guns For Everyone, they've mastered they're street-level satire. Conjuring up noir hood-anthems with The Cops! No Roots, and Goldfish Brain. Crooning heart-crushing tales with a tounge-in-cheek twist, in Junkies In Love, The Face for it, A Drink to Death, and $=♡. Parading the faults of a generation with a game show hosts detachment on Party Mom and Invisible Dad, Throwing Up, and 70's Tuxedos, and the howling science fiction odysseys of Time Machine and The Last Ones. If you feel a little tingle in your blood, or a race in your heart-beat, don't worry - you should.

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