Chris Rael | The Devil You Know

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The Devil You Know

by Chris Rael

Indo-pop guru Chris Rael's first solo effort post-Church of Betty - an edgy rock n roll album with Johnny Society bandmates Kenny Siegal and Brian Geltner, the 3 known as The Hand. Political lyrics, unforgettable melodies, balls-to-the-wall rock n roll.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Cable Nation
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2. Rebellion Cabaret
3:27 $0.99
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3. Poor Little Rich Girl
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4. Madness of King George
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5. 100 Ways to Lie
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6. Giddyup Blues
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7. Before and After
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8. Hole in the Sky
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9. Piss Test
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10. Clean Channel
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11. The Devil You Know
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12. Fuck or Fight
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chris Rael's post-Church of Betty excursion reunited him with The Hand (Kenny Siegal and Brian Geltner) playing a more vicious-intensity rock n roll, but offering literate and thoughtful songs nonetheless: Rebellion Cabaret, Poor Little Rich Girl, Piss Test, and the title track. Recorded at Old Soul Studio, Catskill NY. "Witty and galvanizing" - Village Voice

Musicians: Chris Rael, Kenny Siegal, Brian Geltner, Rima Fand, Jonathan Gregg, Dan Levine, Gwen Snyder. Produced by Kenny Siegal. Recorded by Tom Schick. Mastered by Fred Kevorkian. Cover by Jasmine Hirst & James Williamson.

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