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Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea Import

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  • Audio CD (May 30 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Roadrunner UK
  • ASIN: B004W7G2IG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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1. White Trash Millionaire
2. Killing Floor
3. In My Blood
4. Such A Shame
5. Won't Let Go
6. Blame It On The Boom Boom
7. Like I Roll
8. Can't You See
9. Let Me See You Shake
10. Stay
11. Change
12. All I'm Dreamin' Of
13. Staring At The Mirror
14. Fade Away
15. Die For You

Product Description

Limited digipak edition includes three bonus tracks: 'Staring At The Mirror', 'Fade Away' and 'Die For You'. 2011 album from the American Hard Rock outfit. While the band's last record, Folklore and Superstition, was a compelling tribute to brotherhood and history, this album is the summation of a year in the life of the band: every emotion, triumph, loss, romance and everything in between. First single 'White Trash Millionaire,' pairs Chris Robertson's soulful delivery with the urgent and infectious rhythms of his fellow players. Sure, this is Southern rock at heart; but the concept is universal: just take what the world gives you and make that work.

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By Gerry Madden on Jan. 13 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Love this band. Modern Southern hard rock. I think this record should have been out in 2010, but that's okay. It still rocks. I just think they should get away from the long winded album titles though.
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By John Jesse on Oct. 5 2014
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great rock and roll band
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Say What?? March 22 2012
By jltodd81 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I really don't know what everyone who gave this album a bad review was actually listening to. This album is great. From the opener,"White Trash Millionaire", down to the last minute. I couldn't give this album less than 5 stars. "In My Blood" is what got me to actually listen to this. Awesome song. And the version of "Can't You See" is, what I can only call, an original cover. I love this album and I think it is one of the best I've heard so far this year.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
It just Rocks March 15 2013
By J - Published on
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I'm surprised at the neutral or negative reviews. I'd never heard the band but bought this album on a whim when it came up on a $5 promo. Maybe I simply wasn't burdened by expectations based on previous work but I was more than pleasantly surprised. These guys rock.

Bottom line: This is just a great rock album that blends in different styles from bluesy to southern rock to soaring guitar. It is tailor-made for blasting to a packed arena. If the best criticism you can muster is the trite "it sounds commercial," then by all means continue blindly head-banging to screams, snarls, and uncoordinated instrument thrashing. If sounding "commercial" means it has rhythm, melodic composition, well wrought vocals, and lyrics worthy of remembrance then sign me up.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Metal Meets Southern Rock July 10 2013
By Ryan - Published on
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Great album from start to finish. The CD starts off with a Bang in White Trash Millionaire and never stops throughout the whole album. If you like Southern Rock infused with Metal, you will like this.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great rock Feb. 5 2012
By William Coppedge - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you like southern rock and soul, you can,t beat this group. I will buy everything they do great traveling music.
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Awesome Rock Oct. 29 2013
By Gibble Fish - Published on
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I fell in love with this band's style when I first heard "hell and high water" on their first album. I call this "free rock" because they don't seem to follow any strict forms in their music. When you hear them, you know they are unique and not some run of the mill band playing tired songs on the radio. Instead, the drummer absolutely rocks out instead of playing the worn out 4/4 beats. The guitarists do the same by just rocking out on the songs. The main vocalist has improved since the first album. Some of the songs on here aren't that great but others are very catchy.

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