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Put Out

by Baby Strange

British arena rock meets motown.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Put Out
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2. Jukebox Queen
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3. Your Favorite Song
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4. Everybody Wants You
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5. Broken Heart Mechanic
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6. Hot Damn
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7. Ghost
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8. Suicide Girl
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9. Cynthia
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10. Nobody Knows You (Like I Do)
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11. Everywhere I Go
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Baby Strange shows America a new definition of cool in their latest LP, Put Out. Setting themselves apart from the recent crop of next-next-next-Strokes understudies, Baby Strange seizes upon the sounds of Motown and 1960's British arena-rock, creating a niche enigmatically described by Earlash as, "Terse, trashy, ornate and refined."

Baby Strange's brash new sound is the silver lining from a medical emergency which once threatened to silence lead singer Eric Deneen. Sidelined from their usual twenty-gigs-a-month schedule while Deneen recovered from surgery, the band discovered old Motown LP's. Once described solely with analogies to The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Oasis -- Baby Strange emerged revitalized with a new blueprint for their sound. Pairing their gritty guitar rock with seductive soul rhythms, and tailoring a new look as the bloodshot redux of early-60's vocal groups, Baby Strange emerged stronger-than-ever from their brush with disaster.

Put Out is Baby Strange's debut LP -- following on the success of 1999's Action EP and 2002's The Make-Out Sessions EP. As finalists in 2003's WBCN Rock and Roll Rumble, Baby Strange earned broad recognition in their hometown of Boston.

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stef

Baby Stange is the best
I love Baby Strange!!!!
Put Out is the best album I have heard in a long time
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Sarah

This is the best cd of 2004!!! Buy it NOW!!
This is the best cd of 2004!!! Buy it NOW!!
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rick

baby strange helps bring back rock
the past couple of years we have seen a small number of good rock bands emerge. you can make the case of white stripes, jet, killers maybe... but baby strange's pull out is more complete from front to back than any of these. buy it.
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