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The Specialist

by The American Professionals

A collection of guitar heavy pop songs designed to take you on ride through the depths of despair and across the open fields of catharsis and escape. Get in, it'll drive, but you'll have to find your own way back. And don't get mud on the floormats.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Specialist
3:09 $0.99
2. Jump This Train
3:24 $0.99
3. Down Low
3:47 $0.99
4. Yet Another One More Time
3:28 $0.99
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Album Notes
As always, The American Professionals make it their business to be the very best. 2010 brings us the new EP, “The Specialist”. The four songs (plus online bonus tracks) bolt out of the gate, lead by the title track, a bold blast of bravado posing as portent. “Jump This Train” begs to be followed to some unnamed better place, while “Down Low” probes the subtle comforts of knowing that there is, in fact, a bottom. “Yet Another One More Time” rounds out the release by reminding us that Sisyphus at least knew what he was going to do the next day and didn’t have to worry about what to wear.

These days The American Professionals are indeed “a band”. After relocating back to San Francisco in 2007, singer and guitar player Chuck Lindo reunited with guitar player Mike Corcoran (Mike was on guitar for The Ampros first IPO Los Angeles appearance in 2004, but had to move to New Zealand shortly after). They recruited drummer Steve Moriarty (The Gits, St. Bushmills Choir) and were soon joined by Cheryl Hendrickson on bass (also in the Los Angeles lineup).



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