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Thirteen Days


Mulch offers an ear pleasing blend of pop punk americana with loud guitars, memorable melodies, and songs add energizing entertainment for whatever occasion.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Bury it away
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2. Travelin' road show
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3. Hey cool aid
3:01 $0.99
4. Strategy
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5. Nowhere to climb
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6. Backout
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7. Pinata
2:53 $0.99
8. Men in suits
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9. Melting pot
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10. Brand new car
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11. Left handed
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12. 13 Days
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Album Notes
Mulch, the band, has been around since forming in 1993. They have always made an attempt to blend a power pop sound with honky tonk, yielding a unique alt-country sound. Although the members have changed over the years, they still have been able to stay focused on their vision of bridging the gap, putting out two albums and plans for a third coming in 2006. Mulch has been a featured on various videos and television including ESPN on a special segment for Dave Mirra, Video Groove in-line skate videos, and numerous surfing videos. They were also a house band at the Galaxy Theater and Coach House for a minor league wrestling for ECW and WWF. Their music has also been featured in various commercial segments for radio stations. The original lineup included Snidley, Randy Edgerly, and Scraps as the core, initially with Lora Pagani and Jason Thornberry on drums for the 13 Dayz record, and finally, Armondo Del Rio making contributions on drums for the Reasons to Quit record. The current lineup features the original singer and songwriter, Brad Grit(aka Snidley),on guitar and vocals. Grit has always been the creative force behind Mulch and has penned several notable songs over the years, including Greener Skies(R. Edgerly- Lyrics), Dear Aunt Rosie, and Pinata. On the drums is Jerry Lee, who has had previous touring experience with a band called the Ditch Bank Oakies, of which he was a founding member. On the bass guitar is Jason Carmen aka Cousin Carms. His previous gigging experience was in a punk rock outfit called Broken Gavel who had a short run in the O.C.. The new lineup has been busy in 2006 preparing for the release of their third album which will be released in late 2006. Players on Reasons To Quit include: Snidley on vocals & guitar, Scraps on guitar, Randy Edgerly on bass, and Armondo Del Rio on the drums.



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ummm um
im pretty sure jason thornberry played drums on this album. not mondo.

The Rev

Great album! mix of cow punk, rock etc. one of my favorites!
Great cd! Wish I could find my copy it! Mixes alt-country/punk/rock/cowpunk/etc., with hillbilly sensibilities! If you are lucky enough to find a copy BUY IT and burn one for me!