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Rubber Knife Gang - Broken Lines (2015)

9-05-2015, 15:04
Music | Folk | Country

Rubber Knife Gang - Broken Lines (2015)

Artist: Rubber Knife Gang
Title Of Album: Broken Lines
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Folk/Bluegrass
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 48:46
Total Size: 112 MB

1. Bringing Rain (2:28)
2. Siren Serenade (3:05)
3. Draw The Line (4:32)
4. Broken Lines (5:02)
5. Take The Fall (4:00)
6. Damn You December (3:33)
7. House On Fire (4:22)
8. Gone Away (4:26)
9. Birds In Flight (2:45)
10. Straight And Narrow Line (4:31)
11. Someone Who Cares (5:16)
12. Hard Driving Rain (Demo Version) (4:40)

“Broken Lines” is a collection of personal accounts put to song through the heartstrings and hard work
of three native Cincinnati, Ohioans (aka The Rubber Knife Gang) written and recorded primarily over the course of the last two years.
Stories about the lines that bind them together as a trio; infinitely deep, yet often tumultuous and unpredictable.
Lines broken only to be re-joined, stronger but more creatively organic and chaotic than ever before.
Among the “Broken Lines” are those that were once confining them to any particular genre.
With this effort (the band‘s third official release) they’ve stepped beyond even their own expectations and
literally let it fly. With tracks such as “Birds in Flight” and “Siren Serenade” they give a respectful
nod to the skin, recently shed. But from the very first phrase of their opening track, (and celebratory introductory
single) “Bringing Rain”, it’s obvious that an internal evolution has occurred. Further supported in the title track
“Broken Lines”, with its initial balladesque alt-country vibe, morphing momentarily both in tempo and in task,
to a time in the band’s not-so-distant past.

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