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Bones in the Attic, Flowers in the Basement

by American High

60's influenced punk rock or punk influenced 60's rock-n-roll
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Fairfield, CA
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2. Moon
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3. Pretty Baby
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4. Sister, Don't Believe It
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5. September
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6. Sensei
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7. 1.17.61
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8. Bunny
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9. Test Pilot
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10. Warm Words Flow
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11. I Can't Change
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12. Forgive + Forget You
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13. Berty's Never Gone
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Album Notes
We are a new band from Sacto, Ca. This is our first record. We hope you all dig it.

We have been heavily influenced by 60s and 70s rock-n-roll and 80s and 90s punk rock. Also great artists and bands like Elliott Smith, Ween, R.E.M, The Jayhawks, AC/DC, The B-52's, The Smiths, The Eagles, Nirvana, Pavement, The Ramones, Squeeze, The Kinks and many, many more.

We believe that every person is born of equal value. Different gifts and challenges, yes. But equal worth. No matter where, when, how and to whom each is born: equal worth.

That means that no person or group of people has authority over others. Using force to make people obey is wrong. No matter who is doing the forcing. Violence and threats are wrong. Even if initiated for good reasons. I makes no difference how rich, how old, place of birth, religion or whether they wear a blue or red tie. Whether the person who starts using violence is wearing a blue suit with a shiny bit on their shirt or is wearing all black and is crouching in a dark alley with a crowbar, it is the same.

Most of all we believe that just because something is wrong, does not mean that it should be illegal. There are dark, hate filled groups of people in America that in our opinion have contributed absolutely nothing positive to society. Quite the opposite. Yet we never hold a vote as to whether they should be banned. Why? Most of us feel perfectly comfortable voting on whether other people should be forced to wear this, not smoke that, how to run their business, what they can choose to eat and drink, ect. But not whether hate filled and hurtful ding-dongs have to shut up? Why? What makes us uncomfortable about using force against groups who would undoubtedly be voted out of existence? And what makes us so comfortable using force against people who choose to make cheese a certain way?

We hope our songs are catchy as hell. And we hope they inspire new thought and discussion too.



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