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Low Morals And High Standards

by The Allendales

Emboldened by raucous guitars, and layered with perfectly timed riffs and a driving rhythm section, it isn’t mere hyperbole to suggest The Allendales are capable wreaking destruction unlike anything seen by human eyes since the Bible was written.
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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1. Electric Nights
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2. Drunkard's Dream of Immortality
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3. Whatever Forever
2:43 $0.99
4. Whiskey Visions
5:35 $0.99
5. Further Away
4:24 $0.99
6. Impossible
5:31 $0.99
7. Second Version
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8. Turn To
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9. Glimmer in the Gutter
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10. Someday Soon
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Album Notes
From the Ground Zero section of the Lincoln Journal Star -

The Allendales are Lincoln's proud purveyors of American and, as can be heard on "Low Morals and High Standards," they do it very, very well.

Americana of course, is about as amorphous a category as any in music, a catch-all for the American roots music combination of rock 'n' roll and country typified by the likes of Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams, Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt.

That's precisely what The Allendales, who are named after the street, play: a pedal steel sneaking out of the big-beat rock 'n' roll tunes. "Low Morals and High Standards," produced by Sean Beste, captures that sound and the band's alcohol-drenched spirit to perfection. It's one of the best local records I've heard this year and one that's going to get plenty of spins on my players.

- L. Kent Wolgamott



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