Arms | Salt Notice

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Salt Notice

by Arms

Positive and challenging music for the mind, spirit & booty.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. intro mock
0:18 album only
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2. Someplace We Can Go
2:10 album only
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3. Separation of Church & Spirit
4:19 album only
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4. Sugartooth
4:07 album only
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5. Camp Gulliver
6:56 album only
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6. True Individuals
3:35 album only
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7. Handcuff People
7:08 album only
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8. Judas & Company
4:30 album only
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9. Build on the 9's
3:42 album only
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10. Old, man
3:48 album only
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11. Vibration Machine
3:06 album only
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12. Red Pen
3:52 album only
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13. Another Marching Song
23:51 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Another Reason Music Saves...

Accepting & Releasing Magic & Science...

Salt Notice is at once confrontational and embracing.

The music is edgy but melodic and fat-bottomed, the lyrics are honest, poetic and pointed.

Arms is a spicy and tangy stew packed with whole-grain goodness ...long simmered in hip-hop and hardcore to create a uniquely honest flavor of new American pop.

Arms wants to reach you.

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Linda Laban

au natural indie rock, full of real instruments and real voices with something v
Salt Notice is au natural indie rock, full of real instruments and real voices
with something very definite to say.
This is a dissidents stew not for the
fainthearted or fickle pop fan. There's
a basic freedom of speech and civil
liberty ethic at work here that allows
indie rock to mix with hip-hop and
funk, and even the odd show tune. Or is
that showstopper? (CLICK THE WEB LINK ABOVE FOR FULL REVIEW)
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