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Bradley Wik and the Charlatans | In My Youth, I'm Getting Old...

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In My Youth, I'm Getting Old...

by Bradley Wik and the Charlatans

"Wik’s songs are snapshots in life, from nights filled with dancing, drinking and laughter to dark nights of defeat." - Isiah Reyes, Enter the Venture
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Lookin' at Luckey
5:29 album only
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2. Let's Go out Tonight
3:54 album only
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3. Ain't Dead Yet
4:10 album only
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4. Dance the Night Away
2:55 album only
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5. Still Believe in Love
3:38 album only
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6. Some Girls (Still Love Rock N' Roll)
3:20 album only
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7. No Truth in the Summer
4:08 album only
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8. Baby, Don't Cry
2:53 album only
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9. Down to the Ocean
5:53 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is for all those who feel no connection to modern Rock N’ Roll music. It’s for those still searching for the next in line after Neil Young, Springsteen and Petty up through the Replacements, the Hold Steady and Beach Slang. The familiar sounds of guitars, bass, drums and keys recorded as a band, together in one room, live to tape, will resonate with those who have been yearning for something more, something real; but it’s the songs and the stories on “In My Youth, I’m Getting Old...” that set this album apart.

These songs are about you. These songs are about your hometown. These songs are about your friends, about those you love, your lost loves, your hopes and regrets, your memorable nights, your forgotten dreams, your faults, your triumphs, your defeats, those nights filled with dancing, drinking and laughter and those dark nights you thought would never end; but mostly, they're about life, your life and my life. I know you because I know myself. Guided by love and hope and faith and fear, all beautiful in our own fucked up ways. Here’s to a life full of jaggedness because that's where all the good shit is…

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