Dead 27s | Chase Your Devils Down

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Chase Your Devils Down

by Dead 27s

Spirit and soul of Motown Era with the true grit of 70s classics.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Don't Comfort Me
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2. Let Your Mind Go
4:15 $0.99
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3. Jasper County Blues
4:02 $0.99
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4. Don't Want to Live My Life Without You
4:45 $0.99
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5. Last Time I Get Burned
4:17 $0.99
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6. Penny
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7. Nobody's Fault but Mine
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Album Notes
"(Don't Want To Live My Life WIthout You)...comes off like a perfect hit — it’s catchy and infectious, yet so guilt-free that it could only be created by a band who bows down at the altar of Hendrix, but isn’t afraid to write a pop song a la Mayer Hawthorne." - Stratton Lawrence, Charleston City Paper, March 2013

"When your band’s name is inspired by some of pop music’s greats — Hendrix, Joplin, Morrison, Winehouse, and Cobain — you can’t proceed to suck. Fortunately, the lineup of the Dead 27s reads like a Charleston music scene super-group." Stratton Lawrence, Charleston City Paper, April 2013

"The rhythm section, with drummer Daniel Crider and bassist Oliver Goldstein, was 100 percent on point. Singer Trey Francis’ smooth voice turned on the power when it was needed. And, most importantly, guitarist Wallace Mullinax was the undisputed star of the show - Jared Booth, Metronome Charleston, November 2012

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Samantha

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Dead 27s uses great instrumental elements to deliver some funky rock and roll. The moment you start listening you’re immediately captured by the depths of their unique sound.
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