Censure & Backfire | Ignore It Like A Car Alarm

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Ignore It Like A Car Alarm

by Censure & Backfire

Slammin\' Guitar and Bass Rock, a mosaic of 70\'s, 80\'s, 90\'s and 00\'s sounds from Red Hot Chili Peppers to Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin to Beatles, with American and British blues stylings behind it all.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Letter and A Rose
4:59 album only
2. Pipeline
3:56 album only
3. Few and Far Between
5:46 album only
4. Kick The Can (of Flaming Kerosene)
3:21 album only
5. Safe
5:23 album only
6. Slow Steppin'
4:10 album only
7. Want To Say
5:27 album only
8. From Rainstorms to Venus
2:45 album only
9. Fight Song
4:31 album only
10. When The Levee Breaks
5:29 album only
11. Psalms and Car Alarms
4:32 album only


Album Notes
Young Dudes Rockin’ the Blues and more!

With Pat Russo on guitars and vocals, the imaginitive songwriting, bass playing and vocals of David Swanson, plus Ed The Hat on drums, Censure & Backfire is a powerful three piece that has been wowing audiences with their own original compositions and interpretations of blues, rock and jazz standards.

Formed in June of 2004 by a “bunch of young dudes that love the blues” and drawing on influences that range from The Beatles, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Foo Fighters to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Allman Brothers Band and Joe Bonamassa, as well as the many Blues heroes and jazz masters that preceded them, these Northport, LI high school lads (Class of 2008) are showing audiences that they really know how to “rock the blues!

The band's debut CD "Ignore It Like A Car Alarm" combines all the influences that they have absorbed on 10 original tunes and one classic blues rock cover.



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..ignore it like a car alarm
....well u could try to...but after you've listened to this cd a few times it's impossible... Frankly, I'd love this as my car alarm. This is one outragous cd, both in talent & production. Is it blues? Track 7, Want to Say, tell me this ain't just damn fine blues & listen to that guitar work from a then 17yr old Whew! Can u say TASTY?...Is it rock? Track 1,Letter and a Rose, rocks my primsoul as does Track#4 Kick the Can...should of been called Kick Ass....Is it Rock Fusion? Track #2 Pipeline....I can't remember hearing something this tight in years. Is it acoustic?....just listen to From Rainstorms to Venus, Track#8 (ok some of these titles are a bit overimaginative for me, LOL, but hey, the songs work so good who cares).Does it have modern rock? Try the Fight Song on for size. Finally, how about a classic? U bet & who better to cover than Led Zep, When the Levee Breaks. The boys & Eddie just grrrrrrrind this one out...U get it down & dirty. They didn't try to copy it...they paid homage to it. I confess guys, the kid in me comes to life w/ this cut...I've been caught air drumming, guitar & bass playing , & yes a head slammer to this number...Eddie, great work. & to Jim Sabella...as I told u prior, your rep preceeds u...& now I know why...what production work esp. like the echo effect in Safe, Track#5. Dave's voice is remincisent of the great vocal stylings of the late Michael Hutchence (formerly Inxs). To the parents of these very talented,very focused gentlemen, great job, GREAT JOB. I'm proud....U should be just overjoyed with your sons. Talk about a WHOLE PACKAGE,on so many different levels...THIS IS IT, IN SPADES.