Banastre Tarleton Band | Huzzah! Greatest Hits

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Huzzah! Greatest Hits

by Banastre Tarleton Band

A History and review of rock 'n roll that acknowledges the blues, rubs elbows with country, understands the power in pop, and embraces Americana.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Attack Iraq
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2. Don't Call Me Denis
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3. She's My Favorite Girl
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4. I'm Going Under
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5. (We Got To) Invade Grenada
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6. Mary Jane
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7. Rockin' With America
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8. Walking Amongst the Ashes
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9. Redwings
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10. The Enchantress
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11. Debbie Wylde
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12. I'm Wired
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13. Send Me An Invitation
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14. Hindenburg
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15. Cruisin'
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16. Bahama Mama Drama
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17. Good As Gold
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18. Eye for An Eye
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19. Sweet Virgin Blues
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20. Electric Women
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21. Rock 'n Roll With You
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is the ultimate feast for BTB connoisseurs. Not only does it contain all their top songs (delectable delights like the band’s first hit, “Electric Women” and the controversial download smash “Attack Iraq”), but an incredible 63-page photo and memorabilia-filled booklet that tells the entire story of the band from 1975 through 2007. BTB has been able to maintain an ever-evolving cutting edge through three decades of existence. Rock ‘n roll narratives from famous and well-known bands are predictable, expected, and plentiful, but this is a true collectable for Indie aficionados.

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