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Ghost Town Hangmen | Room 33 EP

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Room 33 EP

by Ghost Town Hangmen

This sophomore release is comprised of songs from the road and home; spreading lyrical preserves about vengeance, bad dreams, and love over a thick piece of punk-rock toast. If you like good music, you'll like this EP.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dig Two Graves
3:28 $0.99
2. Electra Glow
3:30 $0.99
3. Actions Speak (Louder Than Words)
3:33 $0.99
4. Stitched
3:13 $0.99
5. Room 33
3:58 $0.99
6. The Beginning of the End (feat. Adam Wisot (Lap-Steel)]
3:36 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Formed in the late fall of 2009, Ghost Town Hangmen is a punk fed, rock trio that has become a staple in the west coast music scene. Their sound is a tasteful blend of everything from jazz, rock, and country; to punk, blues, and alternative. Fronted by two singer/songwriters, GTH combines dynamic song writing skills and lyrical abilities to guarantee a new level of enthusiasm for all rock genre lovers. They have two CDs available for download: their collective Self-Titled debut album (2010) and the explosive new Room 33 EP (2013).


“Not every punkabilly band sounds like those gender-bending lunatics, The Cramps. Santa Cruz's Ghost Town Hangmen for instance, may be scoring opening spots for the wild and raunchy Reverend Horton Heat and The Chop Tops, but their influences range a bit wider. Clearly they've been listening to the Beatles. Plus their swinging rockabilly beats pay more obvious homage to the classic '50s era grooves. Even when the heavy distortion kicks in, the energy is much mellower than, say, Mojo Nixon. - Aaron Carnes, San Jose Metro”



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