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To The Last Drop

by Cheering for the Bad Guy

Meditations on hard living and fast-bucks in Alberta's oil patch. there's some catchy, dumb fun here, and lots of heartache. real stories about real people, hard as that may be.
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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1. Dang Double Dang It
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2. Christ was a Cowboy
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3. Case of Blues
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4. 100W of Fun
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5. Friday Nights
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6. Teardrops Don't Lie
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7. Northern Alberta
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8. Oil Town
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9. Tires Under the Tree
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded during the 2009-2010 NHL Regular Season in Winnipeg, MB, these songs deal with life in Alberta's oil patch, where singer/songwriter Sheldon Birnie grew up. Mixed by Lloyd Peterson during the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

""The second album from this Winnipeg-based alt-country act is an ode to the fast money and bad living of the oilpatch boom-towns near where singer/songwriter Sheldon Birnie grew up. There’s dumb, stupid fun here – especially on Dang Double Dang It (every rounder anywhere has had a night or two like this) and Friday Nights – but it’s mostly overshadowed by the bleak emptiness of life without choices ( Christ was a Cowboy, 100W of Fun). Instrumental cut Teardrops Don’t Lie reveals some real chops in this mostly acoustic quintet, but I also found myself thinking that some of these songs might take on Drive-By Truckers proportions in CFTBG was a rock band."
- John Kendle, Uptown Magazine"

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