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The Hot Rails | Single Entendre (Vinyl)

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Single Entendre (Vinyl)

by The Hot Rails

Orange Recycled Vinyl with Digital Download Codes Included. The Hot Rails’ blazing guitar riffs and chugglin’ rhythms are an unapologetic, head-banging salute to the days of American beers, cigarettes, naked lady mud-flaps, and Rock ‘N’ Roll records.
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2. Trigger Finger
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3. I Am Supernatural (But I Don't Believe In The Supernatural)
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4. Dealbreaker
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5. Death From Above
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6. Black Horse
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7. Dickson, TN
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Lyrically simple, apart from a quick detour through a magical gateway on “Death From Above,” where singer Ken Jansen gets off a line about wizards dreaming, the album comprises a spate of rock stuff concocted to be the soundtrack to one drinking a beer. Much of that perception stems from Hot Rails’ influences reaching back towards a time when rock was able to be pretty much anything, but mostly hard rock and early metal. The dual guitar noodling presents the acuity of the Hot Rails while maintaining a few demon worshiping musical references along the way.

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