Lushkings | Crush Things

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Crush Things

by Lushkings

Play this album at a party, and no one will ask to change the music. This promise has been proven time and again.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Keep Movin' On
3:13 album only
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2. Dirty Job
3:00 album only
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3. Shame On Me
2:58 album only
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4. Crush Things
3:53 album only
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5. Fight For Your Right
4:01 album only
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6. Dangerously Close
3:21 album only
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7. Poor Little Rebel
3:11 album only
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8. I Want To Be Loved
2:54 album only
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9. The Will
3:19 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The LUSHKINGS (Brad Daniels, Sean Skimin, Steve Sulte, Dale Wale) are friends whose passion for music-making created the group in 2001.
A rockin’ blues-based band influenced by country, jazz, and reggae, the LushKings really bring these great genres together. Upbeat, stylish music that ticks to your mind and moves your mass.

The band is now promoting their second album, CRUSH THINGS, in bars, clubs and private events throughout Ontario, Canada. Three songs from CRUSH THINGS are the theme and part of the soundtrack in the documentary special Helldrivers, currently broadcasting across Canada on OLN, and soon to be burning up screens on the festival circuit.
Included in the nine great new tunes on CRUSH THINGS are two lushified musical adaptions: a jazzed rock cover of the famous Beastie Boys hit Fight For Your Right To Party, and a hip-pumping version of the Willie Dixon blues song I Want To Be Loved.

A guaranteed love affair for your ears!

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