Leaders in the Clubhouse | Won

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Won

by Leaders in the Clubhouse

Some kinda melodic stew a la ELO, the Flaming Lips, and Randy Newman with Queen acting as back-up band.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. She Gets Loud
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2. These Goddamn Devices
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3. Hater
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4. Law of the Jungle
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5. 21/8 Bar Song
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6. Trophies
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7. Museums
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8. Awkward Town
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9. Old Forgotten Soldier
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10. Lawnchairs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Leaders In The Clubhouse are a band in San Diego with their debut album, "Won" released in late Summer 2015.

Spud Davenport and Charlie Recksieck are contemporaries in the San Diego singer/songwriter scene who both share a desire for music (and rock) to be fun. Leaders In The Clubhouse (LITC) are tired of everybody with an acoustic guitar depressing us all with their journal entries. Both Davenport and Recksieck have had individual success with other bands and are ASCAP songwriters with music placed in TV shows, independent movies and a major studio film.

If you want to tap your toes to songs about some of these subjects ...

the disappointment of modern technology ("These Goddamn Devices")
sexual addiction ("She Gets Loud")
stoicness in the face of cataclysmic events ("Lawn Chairs")
beer ("21/8")

... then this could be the band for you.

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