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Bad Love Junkie

by Bad Love Junkie

One of the very best Alternative Country Rock albums to date from any artist Songs For A Broken Heart
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let Me Love You
3:54 album only
2. Bitter Sweet Goodbye
3:55 album only
3. A Cowboy Never Cries
4:31 album only
4. When They Lay My Body Down
3:22 album only
5. Train Wreck
3:33 album only
6. Maggie
3:57 album only
7. Dirty Blonde Hair
3:02 album only
8. Sweet Candy Love
3:18 album only
9. One More Drink
3:44 album only
10. Sky High
3:54 album only
11. Got My High On
2:35 album only
12. Beautiful View
3:49 album only
13. Glitter Town
3:09 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After Eric's trip to Nashville around 2005 he knew that he would never make it there as a professional songwriter. It’s difficult enough for a city boy from Chicago to break into the good ol boys club let alone writing country songs in Nashville. With a handful of tunes that we’re rejected he went back home more determined than ever.
All the songs on 2007’s BAD LOVE JUNKIE are his Nashville rejects.

BAD LOVE JUNKIE was recorded in the now infamous "Devils Hideaway"
Interesting to note that the song title where the moniker Bad Love Junkie came from didn't make the cut.

DIY wasn’t as common in the early 2000’s as it is today. With a almost nonexistent budget it was next to impossible to get the sound Eric was looking for with just a guitar/vocal album. So, Eric did the only thing he could do at the time. Play and record all the instruments himself and become the band.




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