Fried Goat | Rock n Roll Saves Lives

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Rock n Roll Saves Lives

by Fried Goat

A dirty-floor bar band with a pop twist that comes and goes before you're sure to admit you heard it.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. LA Moon
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2. China Made Me
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3. Anything
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4. Rest Again
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5. Rotten Structure
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6. Long Goodbye
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7. Make You Cry
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8. Face Tattoo Blues
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9. Leaving Ain't Easy
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10. Ground
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11. Circus K
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12. Gumbo Knows
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13. Safe from Harm
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14. It's Been a Good Run
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15. Henry's Glory
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16. Light of Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fried Goat's third offering is it's most tender yet, but still well spiced.

It's Southern rock with more pop than you'd expect, particularly if you've never tried Goat. It is a country song wrapped in rock and roll.

The album runs 16 songs, including two covers, and closes with a slowed-down version of a Bruce Springsteen closer. It includes perhaps the dirtiest guitar work in the band's catalog via "Rest Again," the story of an amputated soldier that builds, slowly, into a driving solo that evokes both anger and release.

That track stands out, as does "Long Goodbye," functionally the album's title track, its heart and one of the world's few odes to Augusta, Georgia.

This is a happier album than the band's past efforts, though the band retains its edge. It charts new territory, but there are songs here Fried Goat fans will find familiar.

If resignation is an all-too-Southern trait, this record moves beyond it, into the more optimistic Southern tradition of being happy where you are.

- Travis Fain

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